U Win Kyi


Sexual Molestation (4) (A Pedophile) - Poem by U Win Kyi

To a stranger's child
he always smile.
To a crying boy
he would buy a toy.
To a hungry Jack
he would buy snack.
To a moody Mary
he would give candy.
They are his victims
to satisfy sexual whim.
He is a good man in public eye
because they cannot hear the children's cry.
He is a pedophile
a danger to every child.
He maybe an unknown man,
or a close friend,
or an acquaintance
from the other side of fence,
or a close relative
from a family closely-knit.
or a respectable priest
from the local parish,
or an honorable teacher
or own's father
or grandfather.
He is like a cunning wolf,
roaming for prey in the wood.
The parent must keep a vigilant eye
before their child weeps a silent cry.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 30, 2009



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