Margareth Debrosse

Like A Domino Effect






She holds her gut and bleeds
The wounds can't be healed
Her fears, resentments, and
hidden cries.

Crocodile's hands on her throat
Shovel in thy hands digging a hole
Intense desire to control, you wanna
bury her alive.

Like a banana you stripped off her skin
and exposed her shame, humiliation, and
sorrows. You void spiritual attachment; her
enduring sense of hope shall you choose to
chase.

Yes, she holds her gut and bleeds; her fears,
resentments, and hidden cries beneath a single
touch her world collapse like a domino effect.

By: Margareth Debrosse

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