The emotional poem that Meghan Markle wrote when her parents separated
Meghan Markle recited from memory in one of the episodes of the Netflix series “Harry & Meghan” the verses of the poem she wrote for a school assignment where she talked about the separation of her parents .
The former “Suits” actress was inspired by Doria Ragland’s break with Thomas Markle to write some verses that, despite the passing of the years, continue to sound overwhelming.
Meghan’s poem makes direct reference to the raw emotions she had at the time and explained how she dealt with the separation from her parents .
The poem was part of an assignment he had when he was in the 12th grade at the private Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles.
Meghan ‘s poem is as follows:
“Two houses, two houses, two kitchens, two phones,
Two sofas where I lie, two places where I stay,
Moving, moving here and there, Monday to Friday I’m everywhere,
Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that bad
But It often makes me sad,
I want to live that nuclear life,
With a happy father and his loving wife,
A picket fence, a hairy dog,
A fireplace with a burning log,
But it’s not real, it’s just a dream,
I can’t even cry even scream,
So here I sit with cat number three,
Life would be easy if there were two like me.