Susan Wall


Get Out WHile You Can Poem by Susan Wall


Ladies abusers are on the loose, they are connivers

and liars waiting to take their next prey.

Please realize your worth is more valuable

than the mind games they like to play.

You do not deserve to be hurt

tear down the curtain of denial away.

He will say anything so you will not stray

while he lies and thinks who will be his next prey.

Have you looked at your face?

Now all cut up and now looks like a disgrace.

THE mirror does not lie; this is why you try to hide.

Please get out while you have time,
there are those out there

that will help you survive from a life abuse and pain.

Copyright C Susan Wall 4-30-2014

Submitted: Thursday, May 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: abuse


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is written about my life, except the part about the knife cutting my face. I was taken to the hospital because my ex husband that was on drugs beat me up because i begged him to clean up his life at least while he was on probation. His anger took over needless to say i was beaten bad. I thought i was going to die that night, so ladies get out while you can all they tell you is all lies.

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