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loved child

 they say love child an`t nothing but a  word 
 but if you didn't know its really a child that 
 parents didn't want them 

 they have a lot of loved child in the world
 i guess we need to try to help them and tell them 
 y this tragic thing are this good thing happend to them

 well me myself i call myself a loved child
 i don`t really know why 
 i guess its the way i feel about my dad

 when you hear of someone
 that suppose to be there 
 they leave you when you were
 young when you were not able to understand y

 no phone calls 
 dolt even let you meet them
 they just go and be with there other kids 
 and leave that special kid that they didn't want all 
 alone with there mom 
 to be a single mom
 to raise to care for me
 
  

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  1. Date: 1/16/2010 4:16:00 PM
    Yes, this was a very personal and deep poem, as Solomon said below. My dad left too, but he was mentally ill, and at least I got to see him time to time. Nothing can replace the feeling of abandonment. It will always be there and I can only imagine your pain. Thanks for sharing. Andrea

  1. Date: 1/12/2010 1:50:00 PM
    a very deep subject, i myself am adopted, raised by virtual strangers. i was a loved child, but not LOVED i am glad that your life seems to have worked out well. i love my children, but am not with them i only hope and pray that they never forget, or are lied to, so to think that i don't, or didn't love them. a very deep and personally meaningful poem i'd say thanx, but i'm not sure i can. i've love for you, too. fellow gentlepoet.