julie mcginnis


Domestic Violence - Poem by julie mcginnis

pages turn,
as my lover rages,

empty places without traces
a fist embraces, my body and soul.

blood fills my veins, as thunder rains,
behind closed shades.

deep inside i fade, hiding in the shade,
believing im unafraid.

morning awakens, as he gains control
evening sleeps with brusess and pain,

a silence within, embraces your fear
containning tears, of unworthiness.

as you awaken, never fully recovered.
and then die without ever really knowing,
love.

then comes the falling dove.

julie ann mcginnis


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 21, 2004



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