Abused - Poem by Jamie Wright
She stands on her own, leaning up against the wall,
She's outside in the playground, with the rest of kids in school.
It's lunchtime, but she has nothing to eat,
So she stands against the wall tapping both her feet.
The school bell rings so she heads to her last class,
She sits at her table then slowly crossed her arms.
The lessons she's in is one of life and death, it's religious studies at it's very best.
She listens to the teacher and here's what he said ' Who here believes in life after death? '
This got the girl thinking, ' would I rather be dead or living? I've got an abusive dad and a mum who's actually missing. '
Before she knew it, it was time to go home,
She puts her books in her bag then walks home alone.
She stands outside her house, to scared to go inside.
She knows her farthers in there, waiting for her to Arrive.
Nervously she opens the front door to her house,
She runs upstairs, her farther scream and shout.
She runs into her bedroom, then goes to shut her door,
Like a hammer to her head, her farther knocks her to the floor.
He picks her up, then throws her on her bed,
He rips of all her clothes, aggressively spreads her legs.
The rest of the story is hard for me to say,
That sick fat bastard raped his daughter everyday! !
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