Life Of A Prisoner - Poem by Shara Armprester
I was once a prisoner
In a jail unseen.
My life was granted
But the wrong 1 was giving 2 me.
Mommy didn’t protect me daddy never there.
A Childs worst nightmare
A man over there bed.
Found guilty for eight years
An unfair sentence.
This is life as a prisoner
Many still behind bars.
Life as a prisoner
But free to the world
Why did I go to prisoner so early?
I was only a little girl.
Kids don’t suppose to be in jail
They should be playing with toys.
IM DIFFERENT I know this now
June 24 was the day I got out.
My life as a prisoner
Still stories untold
This is my story
Better yet my song
Singing I’m free, my life has begun
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