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My name is obed Daniels This is about me I had to learn as an adult as a child there were loving parents Integrity love respect To be caring Was what they taught. Although we weren’t rich We had plenty thanks to my father Who’s pockets were never empty One day my mother decided to leave my father I remember so vividly When she walked out that door I couldn’t understand What was happening I was playing Atari Eyes glued to the screen But my ears listening to them argue My mother said to me You don’t have to stay with your daddy If you want You can bring your Atari Like if that was a deal breaker Even though it was something I cared for It was my sisters and mother whom Needed me to look after To be continued

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