Shelley Wynona Williams

The Community Stalker

I have had mental debates
with the hijacker of my mind.
Their words are not innocent
and these people are unkind.

It is the work of a hidden evil
that haunts the world today.
A hunger to control a life
and stalk their chosen prey.

They use accusations, rumors,
bogus investigations and lies,
Setups, intimidation and threats
and continue as hidden spies.

It's called community stalking
and as terrorism it will spread.
The victim faces years of pain
and mental anguish in the head.

There are constant emotions
and the victim appears broken.
Unless there is a way to avoid
the people and words spoken.

The stalker may stay hidden
but his intelligence is great.
They try to destroy a human life
through people and their hate.

The victim would breakdown
and be psychologically unwell.
As a result of the humiliation
and the rumors that they tell.

The emotional terror and torture
makes the victim feel alone.
The community surrounds them
with threats of the unknown.

This form of gang stalking
may not be easy to understand.
They monitor to gain control
and will have the upper hand.

They make themselves appear
as if they are not to blame.
An intrusive way of stalking
to bring one down in shame.

They break into an innocent life
and breathe mental assault.
How can you catch a stalker
who says it's the victim's fault?

May there be future justice
that the stalker has no say.
There has to be a way to stop
those who manipulate modern day.

Submitted: Monday, May 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: dark

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