Blood danger…

I wanted to run from it all
They would break me,
Just to see me fall.
Because of them I prayed to die
I’d bury my face in my pillow,
So they couldn’t hear me cry.
Did I cause that much pain
A child never asks to be born,
Or to become a Cain.
Pushing my body to the limit
Bruising me & scarring me,
To break every bone in it.
I was weak but mentally strong
They had the cheek to ask,
What they did wrong!
Taking the pride how we turned out
I don’t know how they dared,
When they gave us abuse & doubt.
I never met humans selfish & evil
The ones that suppose to protect us,
Turned out to be the worst kind of people.


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22 Responses to Blood danger…

  1. EDC Writing says:

    This ties me up in knots …

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  2. Laraib says:

    Nice Post, Followed you, Follow for follow??


  3. Vijay says:

    My heart goes out 😦

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  4. eddaz says:

    Wow. Such evil still exists in the society…so sorryπŸ’žπŸ’

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  5. Rajiv says:

    Ah, milady. The scars run deep

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  6. Litusic says:

    Awesome, Post , i felt each and every word. Amazing.

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  7. Litusic says:

    Welcome! πŸ™‚

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  8. Karen says:

    Thank you for the follow! This poem resonates with me and over the years of healing I often come back to this place when another arrow flies in my direction (I’m 54!) BUT I have learned one really helpful trick. I forgive. It hurts. It doesn’t feel good initially nor is it always willingly given. But I’ve learnt that it is the ONLY thing that removes the arrow, untangles my hurt, anger and outrage…and sorrow. I give those to my Father in Heaven and hey presto! The next day (sometimes a little longer – its got quicker the more healing I’ve found) I can go forward, feel joy, positivity, know I am not who they say I am, and get on with my life. I have put geographic distance between us which helps, I cut down phone calls but I try to meet when I’m asked and do issue invitations. I then have to be realistic that these may not always work out as I’d like. I guess I’m more pragmatic now. It helps that I have my own family and I focus on them. It was harder when I was single. I hope these words help. But I want you to know I hear you and I feel your pain too. Blessings Karen


  9. WOW! This is certainly a statement piece. Interesting perspective πŸ™‚

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  10. randyjw says:

    Sorry about that…

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