I’m sorry you weren’t dealt with a better family, someone like you deserves better, you see.
You have one who stuffs himself with food and drink, and plays with toys so he won’t have to think.
There’s another who pretends to be, holier than thou; but it is a scam, it’s obvious for everyone to see.
One tried to leave this world, filled with emptiness and insecurity; so they paid someone to fill them up, not emotionally but physically.
One drinks and hides the truth, and changes their personality; they’re not the same person they were, they’re different, they will always be.
My family is looking better each and every day; they love you unconditionally, no matter what you say.
They don’t keep secrets or keep you out of the loop; you are just as important to them as if you were part of their own coop.
I hope you know you’re not alone, though the others have abandoned you, we’re always home.
Your truly family is not related by DNA or blood; we’re family by the definition, because we give you love.
We are your family now, the ones who will be with you for life. We won’t judge you for your wrinkles; when it comes to your looks, we won’t give you strife.
You’re perfect as you are, as God created you to be; anyone who alters themselves plainly cannot see.
Family comes in all shapes and sizes, and loves you for who you are; you don’t have to be the prettiest, the most handsome, or a star.
So when I hear what’s happening to you, it breaks my heart to see; you have to question those you were given…family – what family?
They know nothing of the sort; no depth, no care, no love. They cannot see you as you are, the peacemaker, the lonesome dove.
I feel sorry for them for they will never see, the wonderful person you are, a real man who knows the definition of family.
You do not judge, critique or hurt; you’re nothing like the others; sometimes I think the hospital switched not babies, but mothers.
You’re more like mine, compassionate and kind, a soul that we’re blessed to know. So I’m cutting out the toxicity, the poison I’m letting go.
I’ve learned through life’s lessons that cancer can grow fast; so I’m looking to the future, and forgetting the past.
Those people who are not true and bring nothing but hate to me; they are not the true definition of family.
I am grateful to have love without conditions thrust upon; the days of worrying about them will soon be gone.
They are sad and pathetic and in need of therapy; I hope one day they find what they are looking for, an inner peace that will leave them be.
Maybe then they will finally see, the definition of the word family.