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    dots Submission Name: Mercydots
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    Author: jackz
    ASL Info:    24/F/OH
    Elite Ratio:    3.76 - 591/622/380
    Words: 131
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    dotsMercydots
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    A constant reminder of what was dysfunctional
    Now absent family I was apart of

    Only a scapegoat to my Mother
    A means to an end to my Step-Father
    And a misunderstood little sister to my older brother

    My heart forever jaded
    For my entire childhood was taken hostage,
    Never to be set free

    Ultimately becoming the black sheep of the family
    Played as the chess piece I represented to my Mother
    Just another little girl to pleasure himself, my step-father.

    Just a little girl longing for love and willing to accept it in any form...
    Now an adult -
    Aching to get back that childhood and nonexistent memories
    Pleading with whatever is out there to take this darkness

    The emptiness that never seems to leave...
    ...




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      Very awesome and gripping poem. Sad though. I only hope this isn't a real life experience. -Lisa
    | Posted on 2017-04-23 00:00:00 | by 777sacrites777 | [ Reply to This ]


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