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Daddy's Girl
Author: Tricia

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As a little girl you think all is grand and great.
Your daddy's little girl, he hung the moon and caught the stars.

Then as you grow you realize, he didnt only do that but he made the world safe for you because he was a United States Marine. At night when the kisses started to fade because you thought you were to big for them. Your heart began to fall for others, and you wanted to stop being daddy's girl. Deep down in your heart you knew that would never change. Those times of heart ache from exboyfriends, is when you wanted your daddy's love the most, his soothing touch and kind words.

Now as you plan your marriage, you realize I'm still daddy's girl. Heres a secret no matter what you will always be daddy's girl, the world could crumble because you done wrong but nothing can change that your daddy's girl. Even when you marry a service man, he can not replace or take away what your daddy has done.

May god bless all the daddy's in the world, for being a daddy is much harder then being a father!

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Comments on this poem/writing:

KitKatrina (68.116.64.38) -- Friday, August 1 2003, 05:28 am

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I believe that all girls know already that they will always be their daddy's little girl! I don't believe it's a secret, as you said it was. I don't know how anyone could ever think they will grow out of being their daddy's little girl. Maybe some girls think they will grow out of it, so maybe your story here may help some. I think that if you wrote this in a poem it would be very beautiful, you should try it and see what happens! Good though!
Kisha Niblett (208.27.137.232) -- Tuesday, November 4 2003, 12:04 am

agree

I absolutely agree with you on that I am a daddy's girl myself.
crystal (71.59.173.158) -- Sunday, June 17 2007, 05:19 am

A key to my heart

I hope you love your daddy on fathers day
Tricia (69.18.236.199) -- Tuesday, June 19 2007, 11:55 am

Thanks Crystal

thanks for the comment and yes I love my daddy very much on fathers day. He's one of my heros.
 
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