Once, bravery shrouded my face,
He took it, all of it in one night.
Shame replaced my dignity,
inadequancy interchanged my fearlessness.
Suppressed cries; stifled pleas,
Deafening roars; physical manacles.
I wither away, waking up to a stranger,
Forcing his body against mine.
There was not a way to stop him,
For he was stronger than I,
I just laid there, barely lucid,
Having to take what was being done.
�No, please stop. No, I don�t want to.�
�You like it. You asked for it.�
Nobody there to salvage me,
Alone with a monster; it felt like eternity.
Finally blacking out for the remaining assault,
Waking up, finding him touching me again.
Afraid for my life, I lay quiet, barely breathing.
He finally got up, and so did I �
Leaving nothing, but all of my goodness,
Leaving behind the notion of nobility.
I left behind my honor, and my valor,
Hoping one day, I�ll be able to restore �
What used to be me.