Poor Daddy’s Elegant Daughter

Posted: July 2, 2014 in Life, Pain
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O daddy I blame you not
For what you gave and what you can’t
But in my eyes the dreams desire
O some direction and some fire.

O daddy you are my favourite man
But I need more to rise and expand
In my thoughts I am a princess divine
That is the world where I rise and shine.

Rags I get and gowns I stitch
to protect my body, soul and dreams
I pick the pieces of shattered glass
To build a tiny palace for my class.

They tease me O daddy and call me names
And I crave for a lavish blissful life
I blame you not for what they say
But I must rise higher one day.

I stand here alone, firm and still
With high-self esteem and pride
To face my destiny, time and the world
To prove the strength of my words.

…O yes my daddy’s poor and I am his elegant daughter!

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Comments
  1. Akriti says:

    Lovely poem. Beautiful sentiment 🙂

  2. ookoscope says:

    You finally have a new follower. Great content you have there!
    Will pop in whenever I find time.

  3. Lovely poetry! I’m happy to follow. 🙂

    • Priya Pareek says:

      Happy to meet you. Now when I know how to connect with people here I am motivated to work hard and share better work. Thank you 🙂

      • If you write one for kids of all ages about magic or fairies, I do occasionally reblog. Lots of poets follow my site, and you might get other people to visit you that way.

      • Priya Pareek says:

        That’s so kind of you Brenda. Honestly I didn’t know much about the site earlier and I really want yo reach out to people like fellow writers. Will definitely write one such piece and I truly appreciate your consideration! Thank you. 🙂

      • No pressure. Look over my site, and you will see the kind of thing I reblog. Just let me know about it by dropping by and giving me a link, my reader is so clogged I might miss it otherwise. Cheers, Brenda

      • Priya Pareek says:

        Yes sure. Thank you 🙂

  4. henrygame says:

    Henry is happy to have been invited to your fascinatingly beautiful mind (and website)
    Thank you for looking into mine.
    Utterly stunning piece of poetry.
    Well done

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