Kayla Duf

Rookie (October 15,1991)

Why Her? Poem by Kayla Duf


You have your daughter back,
Why do this to her, She's not a slave,
You say how much you love us dad,
But you won't get rid of her,
That stupid girlfriend of yours,
She's threatened your kids,
You think that would give you a clue,
But I guess it doesn't,
I guess you really just don't care,
You all you keep saying is, I'm clean,
All you do is make promise's you won't keep,
What did I do that was so wrong,
I'm sorry Grandpa died,
But we all have to move on,
You can't make excuses any more,
She caught you redhanded,
And all you do is deny,
I love you, but, I'm sorry I can't let you get away with this,
It isn't right, You could hurt some one or your self,
Daddy I'm sorry, I love you,
But I have to do what is right,
I won't let you hurt yourself any more,
I love you so much, But it's time that,
The right thing is done,
I'm sorry this is gonna hurt her,
But there is nothing I can do ease this pain,
I know your gonna be mad, And I hope you wont be mad at me,
I'm doing this for your own good, and Britty's,
I Love You Daddy!

Submitted: Saturday, August 30, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, March 11, 2009

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