I surround myself
With toxic people I know
That harm me than help

Because when I rise
I know that I have no fear
For I had survived


Often Overlooked

Daddy needs to change diapers too
So give a table in the men’s room

Don’t ask Daddy where’s Mommy
As If Daddy couldn’t take care of the baby

Maybe it’s a compliment to you
But Daddy just being a good Dad

Why can’t Daddy be nurturing?
Why can’t Daddy cry when his daughter is sick?

Why does Mommy take all the burden?
When raising a family is both’s effort

Why must people judge Daddy as if he doesn’t know
A thing or two what Mommy can do

Daddy just wants to be a Dad
To cherish parenting with no regret