Lost of Innocence

A young girl just twelve years old sees a guy from a few feet over sitting at the park alone

She glances at her phone, he says "Come over I just want to talk, if you dont mind we can even go for a walk."

She hesitates but agrees with her being majorly nieve

Lets go to the store he says with a promise of soda and icecream

The childish trust in her goes 

She climbs into his GMC.

He buys her candy, no charge or fee.

But little did she know she would lose her innocence today.

She takes a glance in the back

Two guns staring at her with the bullets intact

She panicks , she crys, she prays

He only smiles  "Do what I say and you'll be fine."

He pushes her in the back, He forces himself on top of her

She fights but her strength is no match compared to his

She gives up and prays to the god she know she can depend on

His hands on her throat and body

She screams for her mommy

Pure hell is happening in the back seat of that GMC

Windows fog and her screams and prays fall upon deaf ears

Her biggest fear has come true

The time of losing her innocence is due

He finally finishes

And blood soaks the floor

Her Virginity is gone 

Shes no longer is pure 

This is what I had to indure

Four years later and I stil feel the pain, the memory hanging to me like a chain.

But I came out stronger

I am a survior of brutal rape

I may have lost my innocence before my teen years arrived

But I come out ALIVE.

 

 

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Comments

Grant-Grey Porter Hawk Guda

Powerful expression. Always let poetry fill your life. Keep expressing your heart.  

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