Treasure Island

David Lomenick


Slave and Master


I see you,
being treated like an animal.
you're on his leash,
being whipped,
you're his sex slave now,
how foul and inhumane,
to think i thought all people were sane.
slashed and raped,
he went too far.
lying on the floor with tears mixed with blood.
should you,
could you get up and walk away from the master who's betrayed?

Submitted: Monday, March 07, 2005
Edited: Monday, March 07, 2005
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