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Poems About: RAPE

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  • 229.
    How Many More? ? ?

    How many more holy pretty souls -
    Have to sacrifice.
    Jesus, Hassan, Srichaitanya, ... Gallelio, Lincoln..... read more »

    Amitava Sur
  • 230.
    Lamb In The Tyrants Hands

    Mercy! I beg thee oh merciless kind,
    But tis a child thy lust looks upon,
    Mercy and Pity, upon thy find,
    TIS BUT; CHILD that fall thy prey’s song. read more »

    Shanika marini Paul
  • 231.
    God Save the Children

    God help the children of this land
    the abused
    beaten read more »

    Gillian Commerford
  • 232.
    Doing Abominable Things

    Illegal lust!
    Brought upon themselves;
    And, with the destruction of the land. read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 233.
    Strangled humanity

    I'm not committed
    to offer you a trip
    through the hell
    yet you insisted read more »

    Pranab K. Chakraborty
  • 234.
    Want to be back

    There was no terrorism
    in the name of religion
    Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Christian fought shoulder to shoulder
    for the sake of freedom read more »

    ramesh rai
  • 235.
    Musings of an incapable

    If I remain invisible and Invincible
    and undisturbed by sleep and hunger
    Starting from my city, I will strive hard
    in establishing a crime less society read more »

    Somanathan Iyer
  • 236.
    Fear Can Rule The Tendency To Rape

    Man robs from hunger; otherwise also.
    With mind sick, he does; as a sport he does.
    Man rapes from hunger; otherwise also.
    With mind sick, he does; as a sport he does. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 237.
    The Second Coming (Cavatina Sequence)

    (after William Butler Yeats)

    Anarchy, mere madness is loose,
    a president
    for life is enthroned (while voted out) ,
    an incident read more »

    Gert Strydom
  • 238.
    My Unheard Voice

    Their faces flash through my eyes
    The touch of their hands I sense
    How could they not apprise
    my lack of consent; my body was tense read more »

    Ginger Kastrup
  • 239.
    Sanatorium For War-Torn Hearts

    Pain is the language they speak.
    Prussic acid suicide and ropes, suicidal letters.
    Cynical disregard for true love, tortured and raped.
    Faces deformed, scars and healing wounds at sanatoria. read more »

    brutal sickthermic saint
  • 240.
    God Help The Children

    the abused
    the battered
    the beaten
    the molested read more »

    Gillian Commerford
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