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Untimely Regrets

Updated on June 12, 2011
Start of a loving relationship.
Start of a loving relationship. | Source

Regrets of a daughter

I regret never have

known him when I was a child

like the father he is today


I regret the drifting sands

Of time missing out

On so much opportunity

to embrace our relationship, our friendship


I regret not saying

The words I should have

As a daughter to a father

Saying “thank you”

just I love you dad for all you have given me

and the love you have shown


I regret now

there is little time left

before he knows me no more


I regret to say

Day by day another fragment

of time is lost into the black space in your mind

Never to be found, except in pictures


I regret not finding

the time to embrace

You

your laughter

your quirkiness

what is left


I regret just

Not saying I love you

So he knows

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      Alexa 6 years ago

      My dad has alzeheimers, so his memory fades each day. Ty for your comments.

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      RTalloni 6 years ago from the short journey

      Your poem will resound with many daughters.

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      Mac the knife 6 years ago

      Great piece. Think we all have regrets.