THE WALK





                  
THE WALK fatherlessness stories
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praisegberiome
praisegberiome Just a writer, a budding one.
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THE WALK

It was Sunday evening, just six with the dropping sun.

It was Sunday evening, just six with the dropping sun. Mama came home drunk, carrying a bottle of whiskey and you Plodding along with your teddy bear.

It was Sunday evening, just six with the dropping sun. Mama came home drunk, carrying a bottle of whiskey and you Plodding along with your teddy bear. You were three, still you kissed her on the cheek with, "I love you Mama".

Flung her self on the chair, she pushed out it broken hand and vomited all the disgusting drinks but her life.

Flung her self on the chair, she pushed out it broken hand and vomited all the disgusting drinks but her life. "Charlie, would you please take your little brother out for a walk", she said taking off her clothes in front of us.

Flung her self on the chair, she pushed out it broken hand and vomited all the disgusting drinks but her life. "Charlie, would you please take your little brother out for a walk", she said taking off her clothes in front of us. "I need my privacy ".

So we walked, me, you and your teddy bear, from the shelter we called home, slowly through 7th Avenue, to the emptiness of our lives.

So we walked, me, you and your teddy bear, from the shelter we called home, slowly through 7th Avenue, to the emptiness of our lives. Filling it up with dreams and ideas; love and a new dad.

So we walked, me you and your teddy bear, from the shelter we called home, slowly through 7th Avenue, to the emptiness of our lives. Filling it up with dreams and ideas; love and a new dad. Still sadness crept in, I wished to set you free but I was just five.

We watched Maggie's dad play with her up, she laughed, we laughed but it wasn't seen.

We watched Maggie's dad play with her up, she laughed, we laughed but it wasn't seen. We met David's mum and dad cycling down the hill, "Good evening ", He waved at our sadden face.

We watched Maggie's dad play with her up, she laughed, we laughed but it wasn't seen. We met David's mum and dad cycling down the hill, "Good evening Charlie", He waved at our sadden face. You ran to chase their bikes, I saw your weak smile when they finally left.

It started getting dark. The streets became empty as we moved on forgetting we had a home to go back to.

It started getting dark. The streets became empty as we moved on forgetting we had a home to go back to. Our legs ached but we just couldn't stop. We still had to fill up our hungry lives.

It started getting dark. The streets became empty as we moved on forgetting we had a home to go back to. Our legs ached but we just couldn't stop. We still had to fill up our hungry lives. ' Charlie, where we going to ?", You asked sulking with your teddy.

"No where Ray, were on a walk, me, you and your teddy bear". Praise.gberiome Dripping ink 💧

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