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Seven years

Seven years ago a heart of pure 
gold stopped beating; tender, 
hardworking hands were laid to rest. 
Seven years ago, a young girls 
super hero was taken to heaven to 
watch over her from above. 
A little girls heart shattered, she 
wondered; who would kiss away the 
pain and chase the monsters from 
under her bed now that he's gone? 
Seven years ago, a great man went 
to be with his maker, to the sky 
above he left. 
Seven years later, I sit here still 
missing you, dad. Not one day goes 
by that you don't cross my mind. 
Every now and then I find a tear 
rolling down my cheek with the 
thought of your absence

Copyright © Carissa Sinclair | Year Posted 2013


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