SILENCE CHILD

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A CHILDS SOUL

Submitted: October 14, 2008

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Silence child you must not tell,
 
Living in a house which is like a prison cell,
 
A thump a kick I know these so well,
 
Huddled in a ball I cry and weep,
 
Run away I thought
 
But where to go,
 
I’d be a child without a home,
 
My saving grace to all the pain endured,
 
Was my dog who loved me so?
 
Always there to love and hold,
 
Being just a child, you never told,
 
Of the beatings and cruelty,
 
THAT TORE AT YOUR SOUL!


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