Rape - Poem by Lucifera Santez
Bruised, battered, broken and scared,
I lie on concrete,
My clothes torn,
My virginity burned,
For your pleasure,
On the altar of lust and deceit,
Unmoving, barely breathing,
my flesh a used commodity,
sullied are your hands from my blood,
filled I am with your repulsive seed.
My body holds no pleasure for you now,
I have been used and violated again and again,
You will dump me on some deserted road,
My survival, a constant pain,
I had few dreams too you know,
I too had planned my future,
Oh the dreams I had seen,
Of a loving husband and few adorable kids.
Now who will accept me,
When I am no longer the desired thing,
Who will want me?
When I have nothing to offer,
when for my future spouse,
my innocence wont sing,
you see how you have ruined my life,
I can no longer be mother,
Nor anyone's wife.
So yes I cry, even when there are no sobs,
No tears, no whimpers,
I cry for every thing I lost,
When you abused me,
When you gave me my treacherous fall,
Lying on floor,
When everything hurts,
I see you driving away,
Whistling under your breath,
For you its normal,
You would trick someone else tomorrow,
She too would plead to spare her,
Spare her these sorrows,
But you would do it again,
Throwing her body somewhere,
While the newspapers would run the story,
Story of another rape.
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