Edgard Canales P

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Show My Love Back


We need to meet
& we need to speak
but we cant,
because your crazy mother,
changed man, but real far away,
So, I can't no longer be your father.

Tried to be in your life,
but your mother flipped it on me
told me not to call & not to write,
she switched it on me.

Try to replace me, with another guy
but for some reason he still jealous
of me, deep inside.

We have no connection because
of this,
a million miles way, still thinks
Imma take his b.tch.

Just trying to be as honest as I can
she don't want me to be your father
they have another plan.

When I see your pictures, I close my eyes,
and imagine how it would be for me, you & Nataly
to spend some time.

I see sadness in your eyes,
wish I could hold your hand
wish we could laugh & giggle
even play in the sand.

We have never met
But
No matter what her mother tell her,
she loves dad,
And all
I
want is to
show my love back...

Submitted: Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Edited: Friday, July 22, 2011

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