Biography of LILLIAN SAID
I am the golden brown in your chocolate latte
I am the choc mint in your favorite sorbet
I am the twist to your intricate detail
Can I be your long-awaited e-mail?
Face it; I am the gentle sunset to your hectic day
LILLIAN SAID Poems
Some people get one second chance; we got two Some people get one last goodbye; we’ve had a few Some people’s connecting lines are straight; ours were skew Some love many times, but I loved once when I loved you
Locked up in your treasure chest Lies the egg warm and safe in its nest Not interested in a trail, tribulation or a test The playing fields will now know no contest
Don't let them take your smile Mommy, The smile you showed me I too had Don’t let them take the smile Mommy, The smile you wore even when you were sad
Can you stand on a stage, Freed from your cage, Stripped from the rage, Yet still enthused enough to turn a new page?
What About Me
After the beating and the rape Why is the intruder still protected by all that red tape? After the damage had been done
Give the boy a gun, Let him have some fun Expect someone dead by the setting of the sun
Work Still In Progress
Broken, misused Afraid and confused Still my life is richly with purpose infused
What About Me
After the beating and the rape
Why is the intruder still protected by all that red tape?
After the damage had been done
Why excuse the guilty by pleading that he too is somebody’s son?
While the abuse and violence never really stopped
Why then are you advising me to have the charges dropped?