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Amy Kerswell

Rookie (04 06 1987 / Bath UK)

Abuse has held me for so long now I fight back


Abuse nearly destroyed me.
It nearly makde me end it all.
But now I do see.
The bastards would of loved that.
They would of won all over again.

They nearly did win.
But I've got some new fight.
I will do the best to beat this.

I cant let them beat me.
I musent let them win.
Its what they want.

Abuse has held me back.
Its held me back for years.
Well not no more.
I so want to beat this.

Trouble is these words.
I have to write.
As yet I cant speak them.
Mabey in time I will

Submitted: Thursday, June 15, 2006

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