I was forced to rape my own daughter with machine gun at my head,
And every morning since I woke up wishing I was dead.
She looked me in the eyes and said, 'Come on, Daddy, just do it,
"I need you, Daddy, please don't go, we can do this and get through it."
And for years I could not bring myself to look her in the eye,
And though she pleaded for me to, I could not break down and cry.
I could no longer hold her hand or give her my embrace.
I found it really hard to even look upon her face.
Repeatedly recalling every line of pain she'd shown
That day when I put my welfare a notch above her own.
They had broken me, they had broken us, and my anguish cried out: 'Why?'
As I fell upon my knees and raised my hands up to the sky.
But helped by family, and friends I never knew I had,
And helped by that heroic girl who ne'er forgot her Dad,
I began to come to terms with this horrific life event.
And I finally replied to all the cries of love she'd sent.
So imagine my disgust, when I'd just learned to live with it,
I came across some books and videos that made me sick,
Some fat bitch in America with smug amused demeanour,
Telling clueless audience and YouTube folks who'd seen her,
"You create your own reality by choosing thought and feeling."
My anger went straight through the roof (after smashing through the ceiling)
And immediately I saw the mess these charlatans created
With delusional charade, and many minds indoctrinated
By denying half of life and burying their dark emotion,
Each of those mind gardeners sets up an unstoppable motion.
By triggering imbalance that sets off the pos-neg waves
Each of those saviours creates the victims that he saves.
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