Long Beach, Calif.
| The Rape
Preyed upon her like, a Dog in heat
Like,... A mammal attacked in the wild
You, violated the sanctity of her home,
Stole her from her child;
And, left him all alone.
As deaf ears fell on those
Who heard her pleas for help,
And, no one saw a thing:
To some abandoned, vacant field
Forced to go
Exposed and Abused, for you to view
How would you like it, if no one asked you?
As you drew power,
From the rise of your erection
And, entered your Victim, without a right
Because, of her fighting and screams:
You blackened both her eyes, To silence
Her whimpering to far, To be heard
You shattered her Spirit,
Like,... Broken Glass
And, she never felt you-
But, the dirt & gravel
Beneath, her bare back
She never felt you.
Paralyzed, to a state of shock
Beaten and left for dead
To later be found walking a distant freeway
Naked But, Alive
She is still yet, ALIVE.
(This poem is based on actual events.)
(Let me know what you think)
Your failures in life come from not realizing your nearness to success when you give up.
Poetry & Friendship,