We hope for moonlight

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A cry and plea from women all over the world.

Submitted: January 11, 2015

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Submitted: January 11, 2015

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# I stepped out that day,

  A beautiful face I had,

  A welcoming sunny day it was.

I see no sun today,

  neither I see myself,

  For the world has now corroded my face, my life!!!

# I held his hand to never leave,

  A new life ahead

  My wedding day it was indeed.

  Dreams shattered,

  I cry day and night,

  As he left deep scars within & ruined my life.

# I was walking back home,

being positive about life.

I saw them running into me,

I cried and cried,

pain here and pain there,

A crowded world but no one could hear.

#  I saw a dream

where I touched the peak.

But I was packed and sealed,

I was labelled and unveiled.

I was touched all around,

and was sold in pound.

# We all raise a voice,

  and the voice is crimped.

  We all stand up,

  and then we are wrecked down.

  All we hoped is just for a moonlight,

  but life showed mercy on none of our kind.



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