Malmonte

Innocence

She smiles at the sight of his face

Loves him one might say

But she feels anger and hatred

 

Her trust, broken by touch.

Influenced by strong waters

But isn't bothered to move, to speak.

 

It will end

and she pretends once again she's daddy's innocent little girl

But deep down

Both know the truth.

 

Comments2

  • Louis Gibbs

    A brilliant and biting depiction of broken trust created by parental sexual abuse ... a horribly destructive offense. Well done, Malmonte! Welcome to MPS!

  • dark_energy

    Beautifully written on such a sad, raw subject!



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