Shayna Butcher

Rookie (August 10,1990 / Port Angeles, WA)

Daddy's Little Girl - Poem by Shayna Butcher

I've always been called
Daddy's little girl
You were what made life worth living
Around your finger i would curl,
But I can't always be
Daddy's little girl

Memories of our laughter
Gone.
Memories of our smiles
Gone.
Memories of our love for one another
Gone
Memories of our tears
Everlasting

I feel so alone,
I'm 16 years old,
and want you back
The person I once knew

Honestly,
I'm tired of your lies,
and you saying you'll try,
but the thing is,
you never try.

You lied to me,
you lied to mom,
you hurt us,
and killed mom inside.
You hurt my brother,
and you made my sister cry.
I thought you had changed,
I thought I was finally going to have you back.

After seeing my brother hurt,
my mother being killed inside,
and my sister shedding all those innocent tears.

I became detached
For what might be forever
You don't understand
You should have changed sooner, not later
But as of now I'm gone
let's hope it's not forever.

I can't always be
Daddy's little girl.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 4, 2008



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