Those Chilling Eyes

Poem by: Lillian Ross

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This poem not only describes apart of who I am, but also the effects of abuse

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Submitted: March 18, 2013

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It’s funny how you look at me,

look at me with those chilling eyes

For I recoil at every move you take 

I am a child, for heavens sake!


Can your villainous self take a break?

No! that would be too sweet for you,

too safe it may seem

As for me, it would be only a dream 


Your nine your old sister,

thats who your hurting 

as though you don’t even notice

the tears in her eyes, no longer a lotus


You’ll get what you deserve someday

the monstrous man you’ll become

I hope your happy, singing like a church bell

for I only pray, you die in hell 

 

 

 


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Genre: True Confessions

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This poem not only describes apart of who I am, but also the effects of abuse

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