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Hey, Daddy

By , Elkhart, IN
Hey, Daddy.
Look at me
See what a beautiful young lady I’ve become.
Hey, Daddy.
See how special I am.
See how much I’ve grown.
Hey, Daddy.
Don’t you see?
How much I want
To please you.
How much I
Truly care.
Hey, Daddy.
Can’t you see?
How hard I’ve tried.
How much I struggle.
Hey, Daddy.
Don’t you know?
How much
I crave your love.
Don’t you know?
How abandoned
I’ve felt.
Hey, Daddy.
Can’t you sense?
How hesitant
I always have been.
Can’t you sense?
How I pretend
To be someone else
Just so you could
Accept me for me.
Hey, Daddy.
Haven’t you noticed?
How fake I am
Around you.
Can’t you see?
How much
You’ve hurt me.
Hey, Daddy.
Can you tell?
That all I want.
That all I need.
Is to know
That your love is true.
Can you tell?
All I want
All I truly need
Is for all this to be gone.
All this hurt
And all this anger
Never did us any good
Hey Daddy.
Can you see?
How much this means to me
How much
I need to survive





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