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the man who lived in my house

suzy Q 

one day you'll self destruct,but who would you blame for the damages?
your cousin? your uncle?
after all, they both had their hands on your thighs for the time of infancy.their touch released your innocence and made you into a cheap whore as you enter elementary school with grievence.
tears gushed out of your eyes like two unlocked fire hydrants.
forming an ocean in the middle of the city
causing uproar and unwanted buyers to leave the city.
you kept that secret between your thighs for 14 years .
my dear one ,who was there to comfort you in time of your daily tears?
who was there to hold your hands as you walk through the valley of deaths and fearing all evils?
just you and your tears accompanying one another.
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Submitted on September 30, 2013

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