Poems About: RAPE
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133.A Girl in Gujarat Genocide
Gujarat was a land of violet, red and green
But colors deceived like lizards read more »Mallika Sengupta
Upon the wind sheltered hillside,
the sharp tang of metal and the sting of salt air lay
over a field of blood-red poppies, no Flander's Field. read more »Deborah Guzzi
135.The Day I Was Raped...(09 / 02 / 2013 / 12: 22-AN) .
I remember the night, when i was been raped... /
I don't remember the date & time, but it was the night, /
which i lost my respect & dignity to my parents. /
Hence, i was raped by an alcoholic man called Morena... / read more »kfm Productions
Wearing black to lament the rate of rape in
South Africa, I wear black to lament the lack
of restraint in the media and to commemorate
the sad death of Anene in the Western Cape read more »Margaret Alice Second
Raped of innocence
never had a chance to give it away.
Now you can't even whisper
because you lost your voice from the screams. read more »Aisha Love
138.Raped By Love
Walking on the sidewalk
Thoughts of my dreams
Fill the brain read more »Gugu Kourtney Zulu
139.What you stole from me.
You stole from me that day.
On the day you raped me you took every thing away.
You raped me took away my innocence.
Degraded my truth. read more »Amy Kerswell
Filthy dirty (not yet finished)
I'll show you what pain is. read more »Amy Louise Kerswell
141.That's not rape
A man was convicted for rape even though he didn't commit that crime.
He'll be branded a rapist for the rest of his life and that's a long time.
When this man slept with a woman, he promised to wear a condom but he did not.
He didn't deserve a rape conviction but that's what he got. read more »Randy Johnson
142.Heart Soul and Mind
you have vandalized my heart
raped my soul
and tortured my mind read more »Augustus Carter
143.Red, the color of rape
If rape was a color it would be red
the definition of rape an red
aren’t the same, doesn’t matter to me
I told you to stop read more »Mary Hathaway
144.Day and Night III
I am 16 and i am under age;
So, do not rape me!
Let me grow up to be a woman and,
Let me be married. read more »Edward Kofi Louis