Answer for fatherlessness

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#046 Look, our children! (Mathias Sager, water mixable oil colours on canvas board, 53x46x0.4 cm (20.8″x18.1″x0.16″))

There’s a reason why you couldn’t give birth alone
Do you think it’s natural to create a fatherless home?

There’s confusion why as a child you were lone
Do you think it’s common that fathers are gone?

There’s a bitter coldness in a manless syndrome
Do you think you could choose better and overcome?

There’s a lovingly caring father waiting at home
Do you think our daughter too shouldn’t have one?

There’s so much warm support to grow the gem
Do you think it’s threatening you to allow a ‘them’?

There’s a selfless duty of every daughter’s mom
Do you think it’s OK that you claim to be the only one?

There’s a chance that you’ll be forgiven some
Do you think you can live with the consequence to come?

There’s the father’s will to be his daughter’s sun
Do you think at least to tell her where this poem’s from?

About mathias sager

Welcome to the 'Happy Colorful Growth' way of life I am thinking and writing for happiness, painting colorfully, and enabling personal growth for all. If people can be touched at the heart level, peace will ensue. I value co-operative and humanitarian principles, economic and social equality, as well as environmental sustainability. Important personal characteristics are my broad international experience and progressive, egalitarian and global outlook, as well as my social commitment.
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14 Responses to Answer for fatherlessness

  1. Great one on Father and so much depth in your poem. Loved it.

  2. Opher says:

    A lot of pain in there!

  3. Rekha Sahay says:

    A nice and heart touching poem.

  4. Sounds like a difficult and painful estrangement

  5. Patty says:

    As a daughter of a mother who doesn’t understand my connection with my (1st-steph) father I can really feel the pain behind the words…
    Beautifully done Mathias.
    XxX

    • Thank you Patty. Yes, it’s so difficult to make us wholly understood to everybody. Just, where it impacts our life directly, we need to insist or in minimum have a valve to let the sorrow out …
      All the best!

  6. rothpoetry says:

    Great poem! It is sad that so many fathers are not present in the lives of their children.
    Dwight

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