Letter to my absent father

Is it really true that many of us become teenage parents because we were brought up by a single parent? Just think about it. Anyway, this isn’t me trying to make my father look like a monster which I am sure he isn’t he just fell into the ‘make a run for it when you don’t wear the condom and refuse to take responsibilities’ box, he refused to be associated with these fathers who have nothing else to do but to love their kids, oh how could they?. But I wish I had a father, like many other children do, and yes! Sometimes I really want to be daddy’s girl, so here is a letter I wrote to my birth father.

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