James McLain

Gold Star - 59,894 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

She Was Raped In Her Sleep - Poem by James McLain

Smokey and noisy the bar just turning
Twenty one a virgin still.
The thick atmosphere was as her moist
And wet.

Singled out a powdery drug slipped in her drink
As she danced as only one so young like her could.
Slowly she began to succumb and waiting and
Watching he came.

Slipping his fingers deep inside without any
Outward form of resistance.
He had three other friends waiting outside,
Deep in sleep finally they took turns turning
Her inside out.

Like the oil fields out on the plains she was
Brutally drilled in both holes.
The moist ground how it clung to the drills in
And out up and down until dawn as the moon disappeared
In the dawn coming awake they were gone.

High heels broken unkept as she was taken back to
Her dorm,
Crying in the shower washing the filth from her
Bruised body.
She finished her bar exam and went on to become a
Prosecutor that delt with only sex crimes.

Topic(s) of this poem: education, success, suffering

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 26, 2020

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 26, 2020

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