Adahlia Bathory


Unspoken - Poem by Adahlia Bathory

I will speak in the voice in my mouth the words will come out.

Because there is a girl who hides backs everything from the world, everything I mean her thoughts.

She has no voice.

The only thing she does is write everything she believes but does not show or tell anyone.

She is very secretive and quite creative.

You want to hurt her you know she’s hiding something.

Do not blame her for all those actions you make.

Blame thy self for she doesn’t speak, thus she cannot lie, curse, manipulate or anything of those other things back to you when you throw those vulgar words at her.

So now let her rest in peace now

She wants her rest in the dark were she can think and ponder what she will like to write to people.

Now you will think she will still use those slandering word and such but no she likes to just think what she will like to do.

What she thinks of the world, what she thinks about herself, what she wishes she could do.

So now that I have to you this you shall carry this burden on you for the rest of you life and put yourself down into a depressing mood.

Were to the point you will no longer like to return to this filthy world were you evil ones like to make others feel bad.

But now I no longer understand how I will speak for that girl.

For I am that girl that has no voice.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010


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