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Father - Daughter

Submitted: December 11, 2011

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She sat waiting for her mother

It was going on an hour when in the room came her father

His eyes were dark and he seemed possessed

Walking toward me halfway undressed

He looked at me with a half a smile

Locking the door he said we'd be a while

I backed into the corner trying to escape his grasps

But before knew it his hand was on my ass

Scared of what was next i closed my eyes

Why couldn’t anyone hear my desperate cries

Breaking and entering me

My innocence slipping free

I thought you were supposed to make me feel safe

But i feel that cuddled up in your arms is no longer a happy place

You say not to tell anyone and i obey

Maybe what i need to do is sit down and pray

He pulled up his pants looking like he wanted more

But that's too bad cause mommy's at the door


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