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Daddies Not Coming Home

A tear runs down her face. Daddies not coming home. He’s gone without a trace. Daddies little girl is now left alone. Who will take his place? He’ll never again be on the other side of the phone. She’s kept her grace. Though, her voice has changed it’s tone.He went to fight another mans war. Now he’s gone. His loyalty for his country to his core, made him miss the birth of His Son. He lost what he was looking for. His Death was far from fun. His family is now torn. Now that daddies life is done. He PROTECTED THESE SHORES!What will we do, Daddies not coming home? Hope you told him everything you had to say. Cause Daddies not coming home today. Do you have good memories? Was he good to you? Quit asking yourself how! Daddies not coming home now!The Adams were a happy family. Pam and Rich seemed to live happily. Little Tommy was great with his studies. Little Jill had many buddies. Their Life seemed so perfect. No one could suspect, Their Lives would be so Perplexed, Mirrors always reflect.Mommy tucked the kids in tight. She waited up all night. Daddy was nowhere in sight. Even through the daylight, the front light shined bright, this brought the family some fright. Who’d teach the children to fly a kit? Will he come back tonight?What will we do, Daddies not coming home? Hope you told him everything you had to say. Cause Daddies not coming home today. Do you have good memories? Was he good to you? Quit asking yourself how! Daddies not coming home now!Mommy and Daddy had an argument. Daddy left mad. He went to his favorite bar to think. Daddy had several drinks. He left the bar feeling happy, got in his car, and drove off. Not knowing this time would be his last. Now he’s a thing of the past.On his way home Daddy fell asleep, drove his car over a bridge, his car sunk, but Daddy was too Drunk. He drowned to his death. What a horrible way to go. Pick up the phone, Daddies not homing home.

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  • brandiejenkins
    brandiejenkinsover 6 years ago

    I like how this is written from a child’s perspective, it’s touching, I used to sit at home and think about the same thing when I was younger and my father was in Bosnia or Macedonia, or wherever the army decided to send him during the gulf war. It’s a scary thought, but well worth writing about, nice job.

  • I’m glad it touched you.

    That’s why I used different scenarios, I do that a lot to touch many different audiences and not just one specific. That way many different reader, listeners and ongoers can relate to my stuff!

    – Snoboardnlife

  • olawunmi
    olawunmiover 6 years ago

    This is beautiful and so real… you just helped some person reading this cause I believe it i thereupeutic (not sure I got that right) the way you put. it There is a finality to it that’s sad but true.

  • I appreciate your comment. Thank you very much

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