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Untold Pain Doodling on a piece of paper while my back was up against the hard surface of my dresser I sat there listening to a story I will never forget My father had been acting strange lately and looking back at it all it was as if he knew that he had cancer and that all of our lives were about to take a huge u-turn Talking to my dad was fairly unusual especially on the phone He was always busy with his own life after all it is tough to juggle several girlfriends businesses and children Although everyone saw him as a young man the truth was that he was already seventy-three years old and his birthday was coming up soon again It was highly unusual for a man that old to have a daughter still in high school but then again my father hadnt planned on getting one of his girlfriends pregnant eighteen years ago The owner of a six bedroom three bathroom four car garage home along with a few vacation houses and piles of apartments buildings and offices it seemed that my dad was pretty fulfilled He never told many stories of when he was younger and the few he did tell he just recycled and told to the next group of people Known for being a charismatic intellectual not only did he have all the friends he wanted but they all highly respected him The thing that you could always guarantee on was my father He was generally easy to read and told you exactly what he wanted and how to do it Only I would never have guessed he had a secret buried inside that short exterior I was leaning up against the wall chit-chatting with my father because I hadnt stopped by in over a month and felt bad that I hadnt kept in-touch better with him We were going through the usual unmeaningful conversation
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