What have I done to deserve this!

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic

A short story about what child abuse can lead to If it's not stopped fast!

The young girl hides a secret
A secret no one will ever know
She cries in pain every night,
Wishing for someone to notices her pain
She plays a good actress while out with her friends
No one notices the brusies on her arms,
From covering it with make-up
She lies and say she hates wearing make-up
But deep down she wished she could wear it
When going home,
Saying bye to her friends her nightmare starts all again
The crying of kids cover the whole house
The young girl ran into her room expecting her parents drunk,
Or doing drugs.
But instead see her dad in her bed naked
And her mum not in sight,
The dad get out off bed and do something to her what she will never forget,
Until she's in her grave
The girl cried in the corner,
Wondering what she done to deserve this
Slowly dragged herself out her room,
To her parents room
And went through their cupored and pulled out their gun
The screaming of the two young kids get louder
And the dad run in the room to hear the horrible sound,
Coming from his gun
And notices his oldest daughter laying there dead
And a note in her hand what just said 'What Have I done to deserve this?'.....

Submitted: February 14, 2012

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Edgar John Jackson

People have to learn how to face what they live. Any person has made cause in the past, so he/she receives the real effect... Everything has been linked thru our way of behaving, speaking, feeling, and thinking. Nothingness comes from what we haven't done. everything has reality than we can perceive in our life.

Mon, November 4th, 2013 3:52am

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