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Father

Father | Refuge | McCann
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I used to say that When I grow up, I want to be like Dad Just thinking about him Tears rise in my eyes I can still hear it Dad’s pantomime laugh Bouncing off the kitchen walls My mother A riot of plates and cutlery Throwing his dinner on the table Him griping about work or whatever Some memories remain so fresh We were a happy family My father refused to say Anything that might hurt his wife He liked to create a big fuss Over her And he’d talk so enthusiastically To her Dad was quick to raise his hand Whenever Mum asked for help (now read from bottom to top) If your partner turns on you, turn to us. refuge.org.uk
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Industry: Public interest & Non-profit
Media:Print
Market:United Kingdom
Style: Minimalism
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Abusive relationships rarely start out bad. At some point, they turn. Read from top to bottom this poem presents a happy, family relationship. But when read from bottom to top, it reveals the hidden horrors of abuse.
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Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2019
Bronze Health & Wellness
Non-profit / Foundation-led Education & Awareness
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