Abuse Is Convoluted - Poem by James McLain
Abuse is 'Convoluted' is Abuse,
'I 'just fell down the stairs.
You slowly walked me up.
...She jerked me off to slow,
She came to fast, I let her yell.
Disharmony is that hip splitting wedge;
A tiger walks between the truth.
To catch a lamb.
But never tells you how and..Caught, I am
between, the always bleeding heart.
Cut off from life and death I am.
Internal and external dripping breasts.
Milking me, why I'm always milking you.
They 'Buried' us and lies they breed,
relationships home equity, a child becomes.
Alienation is the bitter pill of innocence.
Trust of both whom did, but never could.
Angry most become, when someone 'Tries'.
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