Things I Wish I Had Told My Dad

Annie Spratt

Dear Dad,

I have no idea how many times I have still tried calling you, before recognise I can never call you again. How many times I have broken down on the floor, hollering begging for you not to give me up. But you were already gone. There are so many things I have always wanted to tell you. To ask you. To apologize for. What was your life like before “youve had” me? What were your nightmares? Your ambitions? What did you detest? Sometimes I feel like I didn’t even actually know who you were as a person. You were just my pa. I didn’t think you had a normal life before me. You were just always my father.

I am sorry for not roaring harder at all of your goofy mockeries. I am sorry for discounting you sometimes. I am sorry for being angry sometimes. I am very sorry I told you I dislike you formerly. I am sorry for all the misunderstandings.I am sorry I never actually apologized for any of that. I am sorry for not telling you, why you had hurt me. I am sorry for not being here for you, when you got sick.

Why didn’t I ever are saying that I forgave you?

How biased that your time was break short. You will never be able to see your daughter alumnu from university, congregate the right person and get married. You won’t be able to dance with me on my marry daytime. You won’t be able to veto or reinforce my decisions. You won’t be able to witness the birth and life of your grandchildren.

How I choose I could turn back period, in order to tell you how much I love you. How much I am sorry for all the things I told or didn’t say. How much I am sorry for not calling you back before you left us.

I miss listening to old music with you. I miss your laugh. Your goofy feeling. Your aspect. Your hugs. Oh, how I miss you.

I am the aged feeling I am today, because of you. Thank you for being my father. Thank you for cherishing me, best available way you knew how. I love you.

We’ll find each other again one day.

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