no longer my dad


if she give you her heart

don't break it

she is the best thing you'll ever have 

be there for her when she is sad

don't get so mad 

she is the only one who can take your pain 

she going to be you sunshine and rainbow after the rain

she is the only one that will go the extra mile

 the only reason you have a real smile

when your on your death bed

she will be the one to shed the most tears

your death is her biggest fear

treat her like a princesses

complement her when she looks a mess 

treat her with the respect she deserves 

who cares if she got on your nerves 


how you are you goin to call her that

how do you sleep at night

all because of one fight? 

she was your only light in the darkest of nights....

and you broke her heart....

just stop, just go

we dont need you anymore 

she dose not need this pain

she does not need to cry for you 

she askes for shoes you say 

"fuck it"... and you think you deserve her

you ask for breakfast in bed. guees what she already 2 steps ahead

but you broke her, mentally, physically


your not a real man 

and your no longer my dad 

  • Author: nehemiah adams (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 11th, 2024 18:09
  • Comment from author about the poem: this is not proper writting. men need to learn the place in the world no one is worth more than someone else because of gender. no one should disrespect there significant other. no one deserves to go through so much pain. especially when the pain and hurts coming from the person you loved the most
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  • Lil

    I agree. I just love this. It shows your perspective on it.

  • Bobby O

    Wow! I felt that. You really hit me w this one and it’s obvious you’ve listened well Gone is the military pacing , replaced instead by Heartfelt prose

    • vividvoid14

      Glad you like it bobby!

      • Bobby O


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