foxy babii

Rookie (3 june 1992 / wa)

Was Bad - Poem by foxy babii

My heart is grabbed by fears my eyes hold back on tears
The pain soo great inside my heart is spread out wide
On a tale being bruised an bashed it has collapsed an crashed
When someone u love is hurting from someone uncaring
Who ruins lives forever always my life lays
Deep in a dark pit it hurts to watch them get hit
Punched in the gut into a life rut
Of trembling an fear pain always near
There was no escape from this hell give up as well
Holding on to each other as we watched our mother
Suffer fear and pain darkness on the gain
Evil man in out lives like slow stabbing knifes
It was never ending grey sky’s bending
We would watch her run in tears cry from awful fears
He was a lunatic of a man like no man can
Evil in his heart only he terrified me
We were fearful of our life living in such strife
Afraid of the next word cries that could not be herd
We were bound so tight he stayed up thru the night
He’s footstep held shaking fear especially when they came near
Threats came on every side we had to hide
He was like a dark evil beast if we could say the least
He stole from us our mother and a lot other
We’d hide beyond locked doors and stay within 4 walls
Keeping quite or he would yell or make a living hell
He hurt like never before nothing could hurt more
Then what he put us thru was more then people knew
The abuse the evil pain the fear and threats we gain
He was worse then appeared he was hated and feared

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2008

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