Black Poetry : Rape

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by choclatangel, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. choclatangel

    choclatangel Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I told you you raped me
    But you didn't care
    When I told you
    You just sat there and stared
    Your eyes were hard and cold
    And I guess your heart was made of stone

    You got up and grabbed me saying,
    It was your fault b1tch!
    Those were the words you said to me
    Then you threw me against the wall
    And slapped my face

    You pulled out your ****
    And asked, do you wanna taste?
    You said I was a **** and
    You spat in my face
    Grab me by the waist and took me
    In the rawest way
    Then nutted on my face.

    You left me there to cry
    In emotional and physical pain
    I couldn't tell anyone
    I was afraid you'd win this 'game'
    They would call me a **** too
    And say I got what i deserved.
    So all this time I've kept quite
    Hoping that I could hide it
    After all these years you still
    F*cking deny it!!


    I hope you rot in hell you son of a B****! Sorry for the vulgarity of this piece but I'm trying to cleanse myself and this was more of a release. I didn't even know it was going to end up a poem.
     
  2. queentswana

    queentswana Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Didn't/don't matter how it came out...thank God it's out, burn it in the fires of hell..and walk away.
    Letting it out was the 1st most important step:welldone: ...you are with family now, together we will beat this, stay strong sister...we're here for you.
     
  3. NapturallyYours

    NapturallyYours Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    It took a great deal of courage to share this with us, but sometimes the best release is letting it all flow out artistically, whether it's in a poem, song, or painting. That's an important part of healing. I'm so sorry this happened to you, but stay strong. We're here for you.

    <Hugs>
    Napturally
     
  4. sheikdadon

    sheikdadon Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    i feel ya pain ma well written peice well i wont say written cuz dat would mean u didnt let da pain flow but i feel u ma, its good to get it out n my opinion it a never be totally out but dont let it collect..
     
  5. 4EVERLUV

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    choclatangel:
    You are such a brave woman.
    I dont know if I could have wrote
    a piece such as this. Take care of you.

    Much luv
     
  6. choclatangel

    choclatangel Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thank you so much for all of your love and support. Never have I ever felt so loved by a group of people I've only met through my minds eye. And thank you all for understanding how I just let my pain flow out of me.
     
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    Sister,
    We not only understand your pain...
    we feel it as well.
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    so felt and surely better to vent and let it out then hold it
    like a foreverness u really took to heart to even share such deep painful
    and heartfelt thing.
    Blessing upon you
     
  9. Sefirot

    Sefirot Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Peace, Sister

    Everything happens for a reason. Every result has a cause.
    But instead of leaving this blanket truth covered, I believe it is pertinent that one realize its meaning (of which you may already be very well aware).

    It occurred to me some time ago that sometimes the afflicted of the world are those blessed to be able to balance out the actions of their "previous" lives with hopes of further advancement along the Path.

    However, I realized another important perspective during discussion with a wise Being (and my greatest friend) as of late.
    Some of us are stagnant because of traumatic event(s) that have happened to us in the relative "past." While some choose to forget the event and continue their existence in perpetual blissful ignorance without ever truly advancing, others know well the hardship associated with the time and its respective events but courageously opt to go "back" and "re-live" this moment/experience in their life. The choice has been willed so they may learn to heal themselves and progress. Otherwise the stigma or scar is permanently imprinted on their aura, and similar events will persist to reoccur. Unattended, the mark will continue to attract unbeknownst abusive spirits not advanced enough to realize the cause of their attraction (while some certainly do). This mark can unfortunately be passed down to offspring where it will be left up to them to heal themselves.

    It is my responsibility to protect my Sisters, and it pains me to no end how common this tragedy is and how awfully it affects the constantly tormented women and girls...how it affects every moment of their lives from then on and how difficult it can be for others to ever know the real person before that part of them was stripped away. (Once the Root Chakra is traumatized what else can grow from or be soundly built upon it?)

    I believe that you are courageous and very strong willed, Sis (as evidenced by your decision to post). Now I think you need to continue to be strong and find your healing. From my sub-optimal knowledge, you can blessfully be assisted by those further advanced along the Path.
     
  10. choclatangel

    choclatangel Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    sefirot, thank you for your words of wisdom, because they are very true. It took a long time for me to realize that this situation was still bothering me 4 years after it happened! I decided instead of running from my past I would face it no matter how painful or embarrassing it is.

    Thank you everyone else for all of your comments understanding and feeling.
     
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