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Her Life Struggle



Her heart is torn and bruised,
And her lips are sealed with fear,
Her soul is heavy with shame,
And eyes are cascading tears,
The levy of emotion finally breaks,
And she begins to shout,
Her anger and frustrations,
And her fears and self doubt,
Her heart rate goes out of control,
As she tells her story in a single breath,
Of the car crash that killed her mother,
And of the abuse since her mothers death,
The crimson tears roll down her face,
Painting me a watercolor portrait of her pain,
Of the years of being abused,
By the fist and words of ridicule and shame,
He trashed her mind with deceit,
His ridiculing words littered her heart,
Spitting fire daily into her soul,
The words tear her apart,
She longs for the days of peace,
When her father would put down his bottle,
When he would think straight and was sober,
And life was less of a struggle,
But those days are now few and rare,
And she knows she must leave him,
For her years have been filled with fear,
Now anger is overflowing her souls brim,
So she goes with only a suitcase,
Filled with letters from her mother,
And postcards before the crash,
When life was filled with wonder,
So leaves her past,
Hoping to finally find peace and renewal,
In a world of tribulations and chaos,
Keeping on her new journey, the constant struggle.
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Submitted on March 28, 2013

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my name is sasha fisher, a 17 year old guy with a crazy passion for laying pieces of my heart down on the page, i love it when the ink from my pin punctures the cotten page and bleeds new words, im adopted from a russian orphange where i lived for seven years, alot of unthinkble things happended there thats where i get my passion and love for expressing all those thoughts that wait to explode into anther poetic rhyme! thankyou for reading i hope you enjoy my poems, God bless more…

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