I'm a fan of Assonance Consonance and alliteration.
So I particularly enjoyed these two lines.Bent, beaten, and broken.
She lays limp and still
You also have a few profound statements in here and a wonderful contrast between the start and the finish.
This idea of her father creating hell on earth for her. (the torture and pain)For heaven sent.
In heaven no more.
Damned into the floor.
Contrasted with this idea of heaven actually existing outside our real world perspective (the one you adopted at the first) and that the father is really going to be the one to suffer for his actions.To heaven you will go,
and there you will stay.
To hell will go your father
for taking your life away.
I can only hope that this wasn't actually inspired by a real event for you, because if it was, I'll have exceeded even my own ignorance in posting a some-what objective appreciation for your work.
Which I like a lot.