Mackenzie Davis


Daddy's Little Girl - Poem by Mackenzie Davis

Do you remember,
That lullaby you would sing me,
when I was a little girl?
That lullaby that made me giggle,
and made you cry?
I have grown up now,
And no longer sit in bed,
And listen to you sing.
But many things from my childhood,
have stayed the same.
Like that look you always give me,
that makes me feel so happy.
Like how you always tell me,
How much you love me.
Like how you always kiss my forehead.
Like how you always hug me so tight.
You always say,
That God blesses you with me,
But I was also blessed,
With you.
You've taught me so much.
I know I'm only thirteen,
but in a couple of years,
I will be going to parties,
And on dates with strange boys.
You need to trust,
That you've taught me well.
That I won't drink or do drugs.
That I won't break the law.
That I will follow all of your rules.
I know I will make mistakes,
And that I'm trying to be perfect.
But it's just because,
I love you so much.
Please don't cry,
Please try to be strong,
And I will try to too.
It will be hard,
But together,
We can do it.
I am going to promise,
Right now,
That no matter how old i get,
I will always be,
My Daddy's Little Girl

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  • (4/6/2008 12:43:00 PM)


    ... the same promise that... (standardization) , nicely written (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 6, 2008



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