Learn more about other poetry terms
To the one who missed out, December 1st, 2001 Lovely Lillies sway at a distance of her hospital bed She sees mamma on the corner smiling as bright as diamonds Hears grandma calling her a sweet Marigold
They say you always know which kids have no dad You know the ones always starting something, doing bad, roaming streets, making trouble, proving the stats right. Now Uncle Sam trying to keep them in his sight
Deadbeat number one. You walked out of my life before I even got to learn what your skin smelt like.I'm sure if I dug way back in my locked away, too young to remember,
I remember my mother stating,"Im pregnant!" with such excitement only to come to realize that outr "father" had different plans for that baby.
I was thinking of you today You taught me so much in so many ways Like how to give up and just say goodbye And then to turn "love" into "wanting-to-die" You and my mom, you had it planned out so well
He took one look at me, Just one look, and he knew I had to be his all. He would be the one to sweep me up, hold me tight, The one who would never let me fall.
From the moment I first heard her heartbeat; that I felt her move. From the moment I first saw her; my Darling’s eyes so blue. How anxious I was to hold her; embracing my joyous fate.
Grass grows year round. It starts green and it turns brown, as the seasons change. Dirt becomes mud because of the rain.
Feeling discriminated emotions cumulated all my feelings to begin eliminating people from my heart for underestimating that I’m also a human being.
You were not there Father where were you when I took my first step? You were not there Father where were you when my first word was “dada”? You were not there Father where were you when I took my first step?
My daughter will never own matching socks. She will ride a unicycle. I will buy her one shoe at a time and never encourage pigtails. She will grow up with a “her” sink and a one door wardrobe.