Jessica lee Workman

Rookie (January 2,1994 / born in Spokane Washington live in Post Falls Idaho)

The Night That Changed Everything - Poem by Jessica lee Workman

Wrapped up warm
Safe and sound
Nothing to worry
But being dreamed bound
Sweet dreams came to me
In the peace of the night
But something would happen
That would change my life
I tossed and stirred
Not knowing what was wrong
I opened my eyes
And turned the light on
He was standing there
Looking at me
Not feeling sorry
But looking for forgive me
I was shocked and sickened
By what had been done
But I couldn't turn back time
Not for this one
A tear ran down
The side of my face
He took off
At a quick pace
I was left there
Sobbing away
He was a few miles away
And was there to stay
I felt like dirt
Like I wanted to die
I couldn't escape
From this evil guy
In the morning
I found a note
It says sorry but I love you
It seemed like a sick joke
My mind started to spin
I felt sick
I put the note in the fire
And made sure I burnt it
A few years have gone by
And here I am
That night is in my mind
But I find out im prego,
so i told my principle,
I feel so much stronger
Than I have ever before
I'm putting the night behind me
So I can open a new door

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 27, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, May 28, 2012

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