In Your Hands, I Never Had Freedom - Poem by Judith Kempis
In your hands, i never had freedom, everything was
prohibited even to have boyfriend. After school, back to home
if I came late, you always asked me if i had a date. How could I be
in that situation if it's not allow to me.
During night, I dont have privacy, you always checked all my things,
Have always a time line, study first before watching films,
the maximum time must be at 10, after that, must go to bed
even if the movie is not yet the end. Then you checked my room
if I am sleeping, How could I sleep if you keep the door open.
When weekend came, Ijust stay at home, review my lesson,
clean the house and fix my things. Nowhere to go even to the
zoo. If my friends invites me, you never let me go. If there
is a party, I asked permission from you, but you just say,
They will never help if something bad happens to you.
If its sunday, woke up early, because its time to pray.
Prepare myself and go to church, after 1 hour, back to
home.Have lunch and short break, In the afternoon,
go to garden and water the plants. It is sunday and a rest
day, but how come if you always dictates me.
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