Comments : No Longer Your Victim

  • 6 years ago

    by Maple Tree

    And this is why I love you and your poetry so much, is your strength to keep on shinning like the bright star I know you are... LOVE THIS!

  • 6 years ago

    by Mom Pike

    Good for you! Very good for you. I dont understand how someone can verbally or emotionally abuse someone. Very good poem Liz

  • 6 years ago

    by Tara Kay

    Damn it Liz..another poem I just love but can't comment on.

    I will get back to you I promise..if not you have my full permission to kick my butt.

  • 6 years ago

    by L

    My Favorite poem from you.
    I love the strength of your words, the way it drew me in. I wanted to continue reading, then I got to the end and that did it for me. An awesome way to end the poem.

    This poem made me go YEAH! that's how it's done.

  • 6 years ago

    by Wicked Ways

    I'm with Luce on this, it made me go YEAH too at the end of reading it. . .

    I love love love the strength in this poem - I adore how you wrote about overcoming thisss. . nicely written poem , very inspiring... makes me think of overcoming it too, and picking myself up and being strong too

    Nice write! 5/5

  • 6 years ago

    by Chelsey

    I like the turn this poem took liz....everyone needs to come to this realization today. Being a victim or victor is by choice. We have the power to choose if we want to survive circumstances.

    Loved this...and still in love with the first stanza!

  • 6 years ago

    by Dagmar Wilson

    Abuse of any kind is nothing but
    power and control. The abuser has become
    completely detached from any emotions.
    Enough is enough, we need to free ourselves
    from such cruelty, often leaving scars

  • 6 years ago

    by Renegade Angel

    When I read this, I felt a deep emotion, such as I am releasing this pain, and i am taking a stand.
    L<3ve it!

  • 6 years ago

    by Hannah Lizette

    Good for you!
    I'm so glad that you no longer will be a victim, but a strong survivor! It takes a strong woman to stand up for herself when she has been pushed down so many times.

    A powerful write, love it.

  • 6 years ago

    by Purple Rose

    Another beautiful poem, Liz. As with most of your poems, if not all, I believe this one also has a deeper meaning to it.

    'You may be able
    to see the bruises on
    my skin but you cannot
    see the bruises around
    my heart,'

    ^ Love this part right here. The beginning catches my attention right away, and I must say that it is beautiful. It is also true - I believe that we suffer so much more mentally than physically sometimes.

    'For so long I
    was the victim
    of your livid emotions
    which somehow brought
    me down with you.'

    ^ I love this stanza as well. Beautiful.

    I have to agree with Luce, and Kyra. The ending was marvelous. It made me want to fight back with you. I also love the strength that is showing in this poem, because it indicates that you have come a long way.


  • 6 years ago

    by nourayasmine


    I am just sitting here and wanting not to comment. Actually too sad t comment and this write just made me sigh. A damn deep sigh. What a strength you do have to admit such a thing. :/ I think it's time for me to do so.

    Love this and love you even more. Missed you.

  • 6 years ago

    by Decayed

    Beautiful, as always, Liz.. your writings are so close to my heart and mind, very light while reading, yet denser than mountains in meaning. Ugh... you always move me.