Sinclair Azubuike

Rookie (1986 / London)

Til she cries no more


One day those tears
Will be wiped away
Her purity violated
Left desperate and exhausted
She will cry no more
Her anguish will be felt
Through her silence
Her pain will be in the absence of any words
She will refuse to be hurt anymore
For she has cried her last tear
And will not be subjected to the torment
Of abuse that you give her
Till she cried no more.

Submitted: Monday, July 01, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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