A Note To The One Who Broke Me

You tucked me in 

and stripped me of my clothing.

I couldn't move.

 

You grasped my torso and groped my groin.

I couldn't move.

 

You dismissed my demands to stop 

and plunged your fingers into me.

I couldn't move.

 

You exposed yourself

so that our bare, naked skin could touch.

I couldn't move.

 

You smothered me and kissed my neck.

Your penis penetrated my stationary body.

I couldn't move.

 

You stroked my vulnerable figure

despite my slurred begging and helpless crying

for your body to submerge from mine.

I couldn't move.

◄ Thief

Hurricane ►

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Don Matthews

Sat 4th May 2019 03:03

K

Thank you for having the courage to write about this to a sea of strangers. It is not easy. As Jason says most normal human beings care and will empathise. I believe most people in our WOL community fit in into this category.

By writing this you have also accomplished something else important.
You have told others they are not alone. Sharing plays a major role in healing, and understanding. Thakyou again.

PS
On a poetic note that last repeating line 'I couldn't move' hits like hammer. A very effective tool of K

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Fri 15th Mar 2019 08:14


K
I started to read this and went cold with shock.
You experience is one that we all fear, and not only have you lived through it but you have written about it.
Writting about your rape must have made you re-live it all over again,
your courage stands out for all to see and I only hope that justice was done.
My wish for you is peace.
Take care
Dorothy

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Heart of Lead

Fri 15th Mar 2019 02:58

This feels so real and intense with the brutal honesty of such a horrible crime. The courage to write, as others have said, is so admirable. I myself was stripped of my dignity once... put in a position I could not choose... My story was different, as everyone's is. Thank you so much for sharing. This really means so much. #metoo

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Boa Lee

Fri 15th Mar 2019 00:26

This is powerful and i thank you for it.

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Vautaw

Thu 14th Mar 2019 22:42

K, by writing down your trauma you release its hold over you. By sharing it you may inspire another to release their trauma too, which brings the realization that your suffering has not been in vain. #metoo ?

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Jason Bayliss

Thu 14th Mar 2019 22:30

I just want to wholeheartedly agree with Keith. I have rarely read anything that has made me feel so angry for you, so sorry for the things you've endured and yet so in awe of your courage.
Always have the courage and most normal, caring, compassionate human beings will have a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on should you need it.
I'll say it again, I'm genuinely in awe of your courage.

J. x

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keith jeffries

Thu 14th Mar 2019 21:59

K,

This is the most chilling and raw account of sexual abuse that I have ever read. Its portrayal is horrific indeed and almost unable to grasp for one who has never experienced such pain. I salute your courage in bringing this to light especially at a time when such abuse is being uncovered almost everyday after decades of concealment.

Thank you

Keith

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