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A poem I wrote about living with an alcoholic parent. I hope that you feel the emotions I tried to pour into this poem. Thanks for reading my work!
Continuation of my poem 'Just Something I Always Lose' in prose form, inspired by my experiences.
Short Story | Updated Mar 26, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Gailiel The Bard
A distant approach to a topic that sends shivers down most spines. To truly get a feel of the events I wrote it in a fast pace and with little emotion. To suit the antagonist.
Short Story | Updated Mar 20, 2014 | Reads: 137 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A woman finds the courage to take her children and leave her husband, but she relies on her Faith to guide her through the storm clouds over the horizon.
Short Story | Updated Feb 28, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A person who's undergone spousal abuse and withstood it
This is my take on a social problem that isn't really discussed that much. I am well aware that though times have change, women are still fighting for equality. But, I think sexism doesn't only neglect women, it also neglects men. One example of this is domestic violence against a men. Every...
A personal story of how I stopped myself, a re-reading of a children's song, and how to pick the pieces up after a disaster.
English and spanish. Native speakers of spanish, feel free to correct my grammar, I'm not fluent yet.
Here is my poem on domestic violence.The protagonist of my poem suffers brutal violence from her possessive and pathologically jealous husband until she decides that she has had enough and seeks divorce.The poem also touches upon the injustices faced by Moslem women due to anachronistic...
By Depressed David
Inner Anguish Of A Victim Of Abuse. A Classic Tale Of Teenage Love, The Inevitable En. Coming. Destroying. Ending.
By James Collins
An ordinary woman on the outside, a shell of a person inside.
Script | Updated Dec 17, 2013 | Reads: 47 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
A BOY AND GIRL IN 1950S LONDON AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
The story of an abused young child.
It's easy to assume that a strangers life is perfect, but people can be compared to a vase, they can be broken, and fixed but the cracks are always there.
Prior to the life I now live, I was married to a drug addict and alcoholic for fourteen years. The dysfunction and emotional pain took me for the biggest ride of my life. I was able to overcome this pain but it didn't come without a price. This book is about my personal journey and the...