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Daddy, please don't touch me.
It doesn't feel good.
It makes me feel..
Naughty.

Daddy, please don't hit me.
I didn't mean to disappoint you.
When you hit me, it makes me feel...
Bad.

Daddy, please don't hurt her.
Mommy didn't do anything.
When you hit her, it makes me feel..
Mad.

Daddy, please don't say you love me.
I know you're lying.
When you say you still want me, it makes me feel...
Sad.

Daddy, please stop screaming at her.
You already killed her.
When you scream at her, it makes me feel..
Angry.

Daddy, stay there.
Let me sink the knife into your throat.
When you bleed, it makes me feel..
Alive.

Daddy, aren't you happy now?
As you lie there, lifeless.
I'm only following your footsteps.
This makes me feel...
Happy.

Daddy, please listen.
I know you can't hear me, but...
I still love you.

The same way you always loved me.

And it makes me feel...

Good, Daddy.
It makes me feel..
Good.
I don't really like this one. But I decided to post it since it's one of my poems that ISN'T about labels or stereotypes =P
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This poem is a concetration of pure emotion. There are many out there that will find a connection between your writing and how they really feel. It shows the simplicity but complex nature of a child, or even a grown person's inner child. The repition gives it emphasis, and there is no possible way to read this without feeling at least the slightest of tugs to the hearststrings. (Even grumpy cat would feel something from this, even without admitting it) The way it sounds just reading it, in a child's voice, just makes it impossible to stop reading and leaving the reader to think quite truthfully.
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baby8855 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No child should have to feel such pain. People that hurt children deserve what they get.
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AVeryFriendlyChair Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013
How lovely. c:
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99fluffball Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
....did you kill someone you loved....
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Thatgirlmadeofcandy Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like the this series of poems it floods my mind with ideas to think of things i do write i need to know more of writing this poem sounds like a child with an unloving father of the way it's thoght it makes a nice thing that you can't stop honestly it's myterious
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Meginn Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
The way you made this sound like a child, but also made it cut deep is amazing. I love your work :heart:
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Seizu-sha Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The story behind it is pretty deep, though it doesn't quite fel like a poem. I don't know why. Guess it doesn't really rime well.
But still it's quite impressive.
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shadow0071 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2013
so sweet and pure. they sound amazingly similar to how children think, sounds somat like what i said when i was younger, except i didnt kill my dad XD
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Melodygirl74 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
so many comments on here about it being it creepy or a bad thing to write buts its not... its just the truth
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CupcakeCarmen123 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
sheesh. thats not creepy at all.
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AloeVeraKill Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow..... This reminds me of a story where the dad raised the kid to be a killer.
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