British Columbia, Canada
I read your poem and know its contents all too well. There is one thing that bothers me about your poem, and that is the fact that you state there is no use telling anyone.
quote: Trust me when I tell you - Wrong! If the first person told doesn't listen, try someone else, and just keep telling someone until you are taken seriously, someone does believe you, and something is done. Try a pastor, school guidance, police, a friend's mother, father, or someone you trust, but TELL!
It will do more harm if I tell someoone,
Because they'll think it's a lie.
And for a fact, they'll tell me that,
My "Daddy's not that type of guy".
And because I'm young, I bite my tongue,
And my tears begin to fall.
I wonder why I have to cry,
And be my Daddy' Doll.
This type of abuse is absolutely never the child's fault, although sometimes they think it is, or they caused it somehow. The person doing this abuse - either man or woman is "The Adult" and should know better! They need to pay the consequences of their actions. It is not okay! By the way, they never are "that kind of guy" in appearance to others.
Just keep writing, you are doing just a great job! I have read almost all your work but this one struck a chord with me. Just wanted you to know, you are not alone in this, if in fact, you are writing about yourself. There are many out there you could help.