Daddy's Little Girl"

At the age of 15,
To much I had seen,
My family had lied, of my father who died,
The brother I once knew,
Now eternally Blue,
Emotionally died that night too,
The impact this made on my life would soon fade,
I felt all alone in a broken up home,
As the youngest of all,
Now the most stable to call,
When they shout out my name,
It's never in vein,
As the love that I had,
Was a gift left by dad,
He guides me by day,
He see's me by night,
In my dreams he will come and make things alright,
I long for a hug and a kiss by my this man,
Who always told me not to give up,
Do all that you can,
Be all you can be,
Sweet just like me,
Someday my sweet girl,
We will hug once again,
Please do you best,
For the family till then!

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Born and raised in Glocester, RI, I am a forty-two-year-old mother of two. I am a self-employed insurance agent licensed in RI, CT, and MA. I've been married for twenty years May 15 to my high school sweetheart. I was fifteen and my mom was widowed with four kids at home at a young age. I was driven by my father who was a very loving, successful and amazing man. I've missed him every day for twenty-six years and am inspired to get my love for him known by all.