by Augustus Black   May 9, 2016

She wanted to soar high,
But unfortunately got grabbed by evils' hands.
She fluttered her wings so hard to break out,
but failed.
For numerous months,
they ruthlessly kept on
unfeathering her and destroying her V.

They annihilated her all dreams and desires,
and lastly threw her in the lost world.
With the pain of the large balloon stomach;
She sobbed alone all night under the street-light.

She lost her mind;
As the dolor pushed her in black hole.

and weeping,
she went to sea shore,
laid herself and kept waiting
for the mighty waves to take her
away from this black world forever.

- Augustus Black
Date - 29th April 2016


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  • 10 months ago

    by mossgirl19

    AB... This is a wonderful write. As Mr. Darcy points out... Rape is a heavy topic to write about and I loved how the story was told... It's not conversational nor narrative more of highlighted the devastating effects of what was done. A great write here.

    • 10 months ago

      by Augustus Black

      Hey, Mossgirl

      Thank you very much for reading and have a nice day.

  • 1 year ago

    by Kasie

    Very emotional and powerful piece.
    It is horrible and terrifying to go through something like this. I could feel the pain and shame of one's self while reading this. No one deserves such trauma.

    Once again very emotional and great work.

    • 1 year ago

      by Augustus Black

      Thank you very much. I'm agree with you. It's very vital to be alert in this filthy generation.

  • 1 year ago

    by Golden AnGel Rhapsodist

    Hey Augustus,

    Sorry this one skipped my eyes. ...

    A really sensitive topic but you wrote it delicately. ..A sad and forlon write. .. The layout also is exceptional. ...



    • 1 year ago

      by Augustus Black

      Thank you very much, you don't need to be sorry.

  • 2 years ago

    by Ren

    Beautifully written and full of emotion.
    You are able to describe such a painful topic with a beautiful structure and an intense, almost haunting imagery.
    Very well done!

  • 2 years ago

    by - Mr. Darcy


    I like writers that push the boundaries and explore new areas. This poem tells a sad story in a way that visually enhances it, to my mind anyway.

    Rape is hard enough to write about, but you've managed to describe it in such a way that the reader feels her physical and emotional pain. The suicidal ending is just like the slide down to a dark abyss.

    A good write.


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