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Why We Diverge

A poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry II:Gerald's Sophomore Yet Grown Poetrybook"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham


It is time that you and I had a talk,
About why your mother and I diverged;
I know that you believe that it is your fault,
But you are not blame for our own urge.

My dear child, I love you with all my heart,
And nothing will ever change from that fact,
I hope you can accept us as we live apart,
Because your mother and I made a pact.

Why we diverge as a people, my child,
Is something that daddy just cannot explain;
Why we diverge as a people for quite a while,
Is something that daddy finds be very inane.

You are everything in life that I have enjoyed,
Each day I see your face I see an innocence;
That is why I know that you feel a huge void,
And for that I provide forfeiture of my pentinence.

My child, your mother and I have to do this,
Not because of you, because we made mistake;
I still love mommy, but she does not like my kiss,
So I am providing her the utmost of this break.

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