Daddy’s special girl.

Daddy’s girl, pride and joy she is beloved even though they have a boy.He always makes time for a goodnight kiss and that bedtime story surely  there is no harm in this.

Daddy’s princess daddy’s love she the gift from heaven above. He loves to bath her and brush her hair he makes it extra special when mummy is not there!

Her brother is jealous he does not think it is fair that daddy does so much more with her. She does not seem so happy she does not want to play and she even insisted mummy give her, her bath today.

Daddy’s little angel, daddy’s pride and joy she is off her food and is throwing her toys and getting so annoyed. Mummy finds her crying in the corner once or twice but when mummy asks her why she says it is a secret and it is not very nice.

Daddy’s girl, daddy’s special girl kneels to say her prayers , mummy passing by the door, what she hears sends mum’s mind in to a whirl.

“Please Lord I am tired and it hurts too much please make daddy stay away it hurts when he uses his special touch.Please Lord I do not like secrets especially those that make me sick. I wish I could tell mummy the things I have to do he says all special girls do it but I don’t think that is true. OH! please can you help I don’t know what to do daddy says if I tell mummy she will not believe it is true.”

Mummy’s little girl, mummy’s special girl is her poor baby being misused her whole life begins to unfurl.!What is she to do her poor child in such pain…….. no, no, no contest he will not touch her again!

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Abuse of a child by a parent or a close relative is insidious. It is hard to spot hard to discover and it can rip families apart. Please please be aware it does happen . Often parents do not believe their children and it just makes it all the more painful.

And another Poem for Child Abuse Awareness Month.

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Unsungpoet
    Apr 27, 2012 @ 23:25:42

    I have to say this was hard to read, chilling and brought tears to my eyes. Of course it’s a subject that is hard to face, but so necessary to be brought to light for the salvation and healing of so many deeply hurting little ones…Good for you for calling attention to this…

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  2. granbee
    Apr 28, 2012 @ 14:17:45

    Willowdot, I wondered when you are going to get to this one! Thank you so much on behalf of all those little girls suffering from such family “secrets”! You have made us all so very proud with your April posts promoting child abuse awareness!

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    • willowdot21
      Apr 28, 2012 @ 18:42:01

      Thank you so much granbee I have found this month and the poems so hard to deal with. Why is life so horribly horribly hard to understand. I weep for the victims I weep for them all please tell me there is hope for us all. God bless all victims. XXX

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  3. Stan Prior
    Apr 28, 2012 @ 18:39:57

    This is what our late Sue endured from her natural father. Even having recognised it from her talking , quite openly for the first time, it has never been possible for me to totally understand just how she felt, both at the time, and later. As a man who has his own daughter, and also for a while took Sue to be like my own, I cannot begin to understand how a girl’s own flesh and blood can engage in such activities. So glad you wrote this. xx

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  4. Mira Jay
    Apr 29, 2012 @ 08:04:02

    Beastly Father:'(

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  5. lostupabove
    May 03, 2012 @ 06:20:31

    Yesterday the BBC showed a documentary about child abuse by priests in Ireland (in some case the perpetrator could go on for 40 years) and it clearly showed two things:a major cover up operation by the Catholic church and also that children weren’t taken seriously, in most cases, when they told what happened to their parents or someone else.
    Perception always plays a major role. Some years ago a teacher was arrested because he was suspected of murdering a young couple and of raping the girl before he killed her. Some of his colleagues were interviewed and no one believed he could do that, it had to be a major mistake until … the next day when he not only admitted these facts but also confessed having killed and raped before. One mustn’t be paranoid but the way someone looks or behaves doesn’t tell anything about who that person really is.

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    • willowdot21
      May 03, 2012 @ 09:05:51

      I saw the news of the programme too. Having heard a lot about the church in Ireland of late l was too low to watch. You are so right sadly parents and those in position of authority do not always listen. They choose selective deaf and blindness thank God it is out now and the church is loosing its hold. Please God may things change for the better. Xc

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  6. zendictive
    May 03, 2012 @ 21:24:10

    had to catch up on my reading today and decided to start with you (grin) been busier than a beaver in a flood.
    I often fire off a volley of things I would do if some one touched or armed my lil sunshine, I have to believe this won’t happen and do what I can to ensure that it does not there for she won’t have the horrific memory and I don’t spend the rest of my life in jail for murder (~_~)

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    • willowdot21
      May 04, 2012 @ 06:24:38

      I have no fear Art that you are a wonderful father full of help and sense and Zen to love and guide you “lil ray of sunshine” She will be safe in your ring of love and protection. Be happy Art and may you and all your family have a wonderful day and weekend. XXX

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