by  • June 26, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Parents • 0 Comments

    i remember that time the whole family got together, just the four of us, we were all smiling. even mom was. i haven’t seen you or spoken to you in years and i know i’m missing out. you were supposed to raise me and teach me that these boys weren’t worth my time. you’re supposed to tell me no man is gonna love me like my daddy. isn’t that what a daddy’s supposed to do? i needed your love then it would’ve saved me a lot of trouble and mistakes. i don’t blame you though i do drugs too now. the family says i’m gonna end up in prison one day too if i don’t slow down. but i don’t care i understand why you did the things you did. i’m not proud of what i’ve done either. i hope you get out as soon as possible.

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