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She Put Up A Fight
Author: Danielle W

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shes under a guy she doesnt know
with a hand over her mouth and her eyes closed
as shes regretting ever coming here
and shes begging him to stop
he smiled at her and wiped the tears off her face
as she screamed "why am i here"
as shes having flashbacks of when she tried to let the knife
take her life, thinking i should be dead
as the guy tells her to shut up
and shes trying to push him off
finally he stops as shes throwing up all the straight vodka
he watches her as shes throwing up everywhere
shes on her knees as she can hardly breath
she thinks its over, untill hes behind her
getting her from a diffrent side,
as shes screaming and crying
shes praying to God to let her die
hes finally done as she has a bruised eye
and he looks into her broken brown eyes
and says "your a slut"
he throws her clothes as shes putting them on faster then ever before,
she unlocks the door and ran far away.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

amy (141.157.18.245) -- Sunday, January 1 2006, 02:51 am

hey there again

i commented some of your poems already, but i hope you know that everything gets better. and it sounds like you and me have similar storys. good luck. happy new year. maybe 2006 will be good for you.
Kassie (169.204.212.116) -- Thursday, April 14 2011, 07:41 pm

Oh man.

Thats so sad.
 
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