child abuse poems-PLEASE TAKE CARE IF READING IT IS VERY EMOTIONAL

Here is a poem I would like to share with all of my readers, I have read this numerous of times and it tears me apart every time I read it:

My name is Sarah
I am but three,
my eyes are swollen
I cannot see.

I must be stupid,
I must be bad,
what else could have made
my daddy
so mad?

I wish I were better,
I wish I weren’t ugly,

then maybe my Mommy
would still want to hug me.

I can’t speak at all,
I can’t do a wrong
or else I’m locked up
all the day long.

When I awake I’m all alone
the house is dark
my folks aren’t home.

When my Mommy does come
I’ll try and be nice,

so maybe I’ll get just
one whipping tonight.

Don’t make a sound!
I just heard a car
my daddy is back
from Charlie’s Bar.

I hear him curse
my name he calls
I press myself
against the wall.I fall to the floor

with my bones nearly broken,
and my daddy continues
with more bad words spoken.

‘I’m sorry!’ I scream
but its now much too late
his face has been twisted
into unimaginable hate.

The hurt and the pain
again and again
oh please God, have mercy!
oh please let it end!

And he finally stops
and heads for the door,
while I lay there motionless
sprawled on the floor.

My name is Sarah
and I am but three,
tonight my daddy
murdered me.

 

 

my reply


is our world such an awful place

if only sarah was a one off case

 

we call ourselves the human race

 

but some peoples actions are a f—— disgrace

 

its to late now to stop sarahs attack

 

and our floods of tears cant bring her back

 

parents are meant to love and care

 

some evil b——- dont know how they dare

 

at three tears old she should be cuddled in bed

 

but because of them she lays silently dead

 

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