Hello little girl I once was,
Are you doing what a little girl does?
You aren’t like all those others,
You are a girl that hides under-covers.
Other little girls don’t do that,
Sneaking and tip-toeing ’round like a cat.
When the night-moon’s up on high,
You don’t sleep but lie and cry.
Little girls aren’t this bad,
They don’t keep their parents mad.
Little girl why is it, that you so often get a hit?
Why are you so often loud?
You know talking’s not allowed.
You can now hide in here,
In the closet hide from fear.
Little girl come out! Come out!
Can’t you hear your daddy shout.
You must leave your cave now,
And greet the thrash of bad’s endow.
Little girl I hate you so,
Why can’t you disappear and go?
You shouldn’t even breathe their air,
You don’t deserve one single hair.
Why are you so disgusting?
You’re such an awfully messed-up thing.
Little girl go hide again.
Stay there ’til I tell you when.
Close your secrets in with you,
Shut them ever in there too.
Little girl your secrets, they,
Must stay forever locked away.
Little girl you need not show,
How you’re badder than they know.
You, yourself, brought this on,
So you deserve what’s foregone.
Hello little girl I know well,
Keep your soul locked. Never tell!
K. Aldaya, 3/08/04
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