Kristina Bowman

Rookie (5/4/92 / Phoenixville)

The Pain Of Unshared Love - Poem by Kristina Bowman

I'll never forget that heart breaking day
The moment you ruined my life
The day I had nothing to say
I started in my room you held me then you said
'Kristina lets lay on your nice comfy bed'
I did because I loved you and I knew we were smart
I guess I should of listened to my heart from the start
You pinned me down and bruised me
A smug smile began to appear
Suddenly my heart was racing, suddenly I could feel fear
You pushed your lips against mine rough as they could be
The next thing I knew my clothes were on the floor and you were on top of me
I tried to struggle but you pinned harder I barely could think
I really thought you loved me but my heart began to sink
You shoved yourself inside me the pain ran through my nerves
But you only held on tighter to my new bruised curves
I screamed and kicked all I could but you never let go
But you continued to whisper 'Oh I love you so..'
By the time I got you off I knew it was too late
Now you know my story on how I got raped..

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 25, 2008

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