persian khushi

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Any Man Any Woman

You are my muse
You were abused
But you are not excused
You are blinded by your pain
Entombed in your past
There is no gain
You will drive yourself and others insane
My abused bemused screwed mused
I am amused
That you see not that you are an abuser
Catch a wake-up
Amused that you are accused
You are confused
Be it physical or verbal
No beating around the bush
Any man any woman
Abuse is Abuse
Whoever you are
A punch in the face
Words to break down
My muse
Confused accused amused abuser
There is help available
Shed your baggage
Or be alone
Entombed in your pain and anger
Any man any woman

Submitted: Monday, August 05, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 06, 2013

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