luvuyo gqamane

Rookie (1988-08-08 / MDANTSANE)

She is the evidence of a drunk fathers rage


She is the evidence of a drunk fathers rage, with her abusive father she waits for sign of relief, bruises lie on her body, her tears drip and dropp on the floor, the time ticks and tocks for never ending pain,

is this an illusion or destruction, how could he destroy her future with so much dedication, she is just a girl with primary education.
She is the daughter of a dictator, he has demolished her dream of becoming a doctor, and if this was a play she would be the saddest actor.

She went to the streets with no fear, she was not afraid of abusive man, coz her father did it to her, he raped her touring out her clothes, taking her virginity, imagine a father between the thighs of his daughter, the mother died while giving birth to her.

she was alone, no mother to protect her, just an abusive father, that had no heart and soul, her tears ran dry from crying daddy stop, please stop, your hurting me she shouts in vain, but no ears around to hear her screams, she is the results of broken mankind,

she is the evidence of a drunk fathers rage, she knew the value of life at an early age, her heart had no love but hatred for man.

Submitted: Saturday, May 07, 2011
Edited: Saturday, May 07, 2011
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