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MISTAKEN THAT YOU LOVED ME
'My' biggest mistake was being born a girl I was never going to meet your expectations for you wanted a Son and you got me ...mum said to you ‘I was the next best thing’ That’s maybe why you treated me and my sister Anne so differently - she was like a princess Kept by you and mum, never having to work Even now she treats me like a second class citizen BUT Now you are no longer here I am finally free from the past There are no words to express my Heartfelt sorrow at the way you treated me All I wanted was to be loved by you but That love was never ever there for me You never acknowledged anything I achieved Or the fact I gave you your only grandchild Unwanted unloved that’s how I was made to feel by you Looking back over my life has been difficult Only recently I discovered the full extent of the Variance between the way you treated us both during your lifetime Except one thing you could never take away from me was my Determination to stand on my own two feet and be my own person Maybe life could have been different if you’d got the son you wanted BUT Everything I have I worked for and I am proud of who I am My Biggest Mistake Contest sponsored by Laura Loo This is probably the most personal poem I have ever written but it has been so cathartic to finally put this down on paper and put my ghost to bed. Maybe in time I will finally grieve for my father, but I have been told by Hospice that this could take many years. 07~04~16
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