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I Miss You Dad

On this particular day, four years ago,
a huge piece of my heart departed with an amazing soul.
Days turned into months and months turned into years,
a shattered heart is plastered with silent tears.

They say that time will heal and the pain eventually fades away. 
But here I am four years later still awaiting that day.                                                                                        Days turned into months and months turned into years,
yet my fears & loneliness have still not disappeared. 

It’s difficult walking around with a smile upon my face.
Pretending that everything’s okay on this earthly place.                                                                               Your memories will remain forever etched in my mind.                                                                                                 Reliving those priceless moments convinces me that I will be fine. 
 
So many new memories created as life passes by.
I keep wishing you could be here even for just a while.
I miss you been there to protect me or catch me when I fall.
I wish heaven had a phone for me to make those calls.  

I miss you so much Dad, more than words can even say.
I wish you were here to convince me that everything turns out okay.
Days turn into months and months turn into years
I still despise the fact that you’re no longer here. 




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  1. Date: 2/26/2015 8:36:00 AM

    Your words took stage and treated the reader to a glimpse of the love you still hold for your father. Well done. Emile. #7

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