When Daddy Gets Angry

I think the title pretty much explains itself.

I don't like it,
When Daddy gets angry.
First he goes quiet,
And his face goes all purple,
Before he picks up something heavy and throws it.

When Daddy gets angry,
I have to hide,
But Mummy is too big to hide,
And then I hear her cry;
Daddy makes her sad.

When Daddy gets angry,
I get scared,
And wish I could hide far away,
Where Mummy and me could live without bruises.

When Daddy gets angry,
I want to run away.
But Mummy won't leave,
Because she loves Daddy too much.

I don't like it,
When Daddy gets angry.
And I don't love Daddy anymore.
I haven't for a very long time.

Sometimes,
I don't like Mummy either.
'Cause when Daddy gets REALLY angry,
She won't save me.

I want to leave.
I don't want to stay anymore.
But Daddy locked the door.
And I can still hear Mummy crying.

The End

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