Anjali V S

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A Dream Or Rape? !


I dreamt a dream
One take dream- A Rape Scene
T'was dark everywhere
she was with me
holding hands and
walking legs.

we are late! !
so we ran.
A man pounced on her
from behind.
with all his lust and
anger
like a hungry lion poaching
on its prey.....

His enormous body made
us feel the earth
the grass being pressed by our body.

He was gettin on her
My hands?
legs?
my body? ? ?
paralysed! ! ! !

NEVER, NEVER, NEVER,...........
i screamed

His bearded face was crystal clear

UNCONSCIOUSNESS to
CONSCIOUSNESS..........
.................. .................
Silence, dark.
lizard moving on the
wall, fan working


The girl? ? ?
i know her.
The man? ? ?
a stranger! !

Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013

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