alex cinctre


i wish to see my dad more


My dad

When I come home
I think about my dad
When I come home
I want to see my dad
When I come home
I want to hang out with him more
When I come home
I think off all he’s done for me
When I come home
I wish to be with everyone
When I come home
I want to hang out with my dad
When I come home
I want to see my dad
When I come home
My mom comes home at 5
When I come home
My dad barely comes home
When I come home
My dads at the bar
When I come home
I see my dad drunk
When I come home
Sometimes I wish he was dead
When I come home
I want my dad to be not drinking
When I come home
I want to see my dad
When I come home
“Wait maybe I will not come home” said dad
When I come home
I think about my dad
When I come home
I wish my dad would be home and waiting for me like he used
When I come home
That’s what I want to see
When I come home
I want someone to hang with him

Submitted: Thursday, February 04, 2010

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  • Laimayum Family (6/29/2010 2:42:00 PM)

    Your poem displayed the emotions of love and hate that exist between a father and son. In your repeated lines and emotions, there is a glimpse of a son's feelings which he felt for his father, yet which are inexplicable. (Report) Reply

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