Kidnapped in Columbia

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Isabel Bettencourt returns from captivity

Submitted: July 10, 2008

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Captive in Columbia, shaded by the jungle, dark,

afraid, captured, alive, but oblivious to time,

fearing for the worst, afraid to be alive.

Each day like the other, watching others cry,

to live with such terror, to live waiting to die.

to be in such existance, and nothing left no ties

Speak not of the torture, not of the pain,

humiliation, existance, darkness and distain,

Do notdespair forGod looks out,

each and every man women and child.

Returns them to loved ones, arms wrapped,

healing, home at last...there is nothing else.


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