Hatred flares in her eyes at the mention of his name,
A man she utterly despises.
His absence tore her inside out
The hope of a father was lost without doubt
How could he leave and not take her with
Only taking her heart and last wish
To have a father just like the others
Sharing the life with mothers and fathers
Behind closed doors she cries for hours
Wishing her father could see her as his little beautiful flower
Years go by and she forgets him completely
But always remembering clearly
That his last words were “See you later Jess”
Leaving his little girl Fatherless.