Dear Dad

by lisa marie   Nov 18, 2005


Dear dad can you hear me weep?
Do you lie beside me while i sleep?
Is that you trying to talk at night?
Is your body still in constant pain?
cause I'll flow down with the rain,
I'll willingly race across the trees
And ride along with the breeze,
just to see you in my dream,
floating along a moutain stream
With your child smile
That's all worthwhile,
Cause i haven't spoken of you,
Or written about your worldly view,
And I'm sorry i didn't love you enough
To keep you going when life was tough
God knows your heart was always pure
Through everything you had to endure,
and I'll hold your pain and set you free,
release your soul right through me.
and may you always be buried in love,
and finally rest in heaven above.

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  • 11 years ago

    by †Undone♥

    Wow, thisis so good. Its also a good thing that you dont use selfdesrtuction to relief any anger

  • 11 years ago

    by Atomic

    "floating along a moutain stream"

    mountain* =)

    That's all the bad things I can say about this poem.

    The imagery is outstanding and the reason why you wrote it is just....well, it leave me speechless.

    ( )_( )
    (='.'=)
    (")-(") Arrivederci!

  • 11 years ago

    by Jenn

    Hey great poem... good way of getting things out... im srry bout ur dad...

  • 11 years ago

    by Leona

    WOW this an amazing poem, And I am really sorry about your dad. Keep up all the good work.
    Leona

  • 11 years ago

    by Ariana

    Awesome work - no complaints on this one. It all flows along and sounds very poetic - particulary this line 'release your soul right through me' which fit in perfectly. Nice stuff.

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