‘Don’t tell me to send you money’ – Dad’s emotional letter to daughter

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Don’t tell me to send you money,
Tell me to save this little money I have……………………..


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My dear daughter,
How are you?

The iPhone

My little girl, last time you were here you looked different
But I was afraid to ask as your parent
I don’t think the one thousand I sent you could buy an iPhone
My child, be free and tell me
If you have a sponsor
Don’t tell me to send you money,
Tell me to save this little money I have for your coffin!

They are beasts

My little girl,
I hear those men are beasts
They need fresh flesh
They are carnivorous
They are brutal!
I feel bad!
If you know you have a sponsor
Tell me to save this little money for your burial!

To bribe a pastor

Sometimes I can’t afford to get you pencil
Stilettos, Brazilian, French fries
Because of our background
I have little money!
But if you think a sponsor is the option
Tell me to save this little money
To bribe a pastor who will praise you on the burial!

I feel disturbed!

Whenever I read news about a murdered University girl
It worries me!
Whenever I imagine you having sex with an old man, Maybe even older than me
I feel disturbed!
Every time I suspect he tells you to bend over
I feel pained
My little one,
If you know you have a sponsor
Tell me to save this little money to feed the mourners!

It’s my responsibility

Finally,
If you will not tell me to send you the rent this month
I will know you have increased your worth
But I will still send
It’s my responsibility
But if you know you have a sponsor
Tell me to save this little money
To buy water for your comrades
Who will be demonstrating, rioting over your death!

Yours loving Dad,

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