Daddy, Don't Go

Daddy, Don't Go

A Poem by Aliciaa Gay.

Daddy don't leave,
Mommy doesn't mean what she said.
I still love you daddy,
Won't you come tuck me into bed?
Why are you leaving daddy?
You said you'd always be here.
Please Mommy,
Stop crying.
Daddy promised he'd always be here.
It's okay Mommy,
Isn't that what you said?
Please stop fighting,
I shouldn't have to choose.
If it was up to me,
I'd have both of you.
Don't you see Mommy?
What this is doing to me.
What about you Daddy?
I'm your little girl.
We can work this out.
Please come back Daddy,
Me and Mommy need you.

© 2011 Aliciaa Gay.

Author's Note

Aliciaa Gay.
The hardest thing for a child to handle is their parents splitting up. My children are proof of that. Things will never be the same. They always lose when it comes to that. The fact is, when parents split up it is for the best. Even though that is not how the children see it. I wrote this poem as if I was a 5 year old little girl and dealing with my parents divorcing once again

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This is such a hard thing to deal with and you did an excellent job being a 5 year old in this situation.

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Aliciaa Gay.
Aliciaa Gay.

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A Poem by Aliciaa Gay.