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I'm crumbling, and falling apart
Its closing in, and crushing my heart
They all say it will be fine, it'll be okay
But I'm slowly beginning to fade
Being called daddy, god I miss her
I can't even look at myself in the mirror
I'm hurting so much inside
Its getting harder to hide
Crushing me more and more
People ask me how I'm doing, how do I look? I'm torn
I'm holding on for dear life and I'm slipping
My sanity seems to be quitting
I need her, I need to see her beautiful face
I miss her love, I miss her smile, I need that to embrace
Embrace her presence, her being here
I won't live in so much fear
please someone hold me
Please someone set me free
I love you my little Zoey
Your home is here...with me
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I've went through so much and still am. I miss my daughter Zoey so much. Her mother thinks its best for us to not see one another for some reason. So a lot of my poetry is based on her. Missing her, and how much pain I'm going through without her. I have a good girl friend and she has been going through all of this with me. Shes a blessing to me. I love you Jenny Lynn. more…

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