She cowed into a corner with a slight tremble,
As the world around her was about to crumble
The arms of a ravager with no restraint,
The eyes of lust saw her with utter disdain

Her clothes ripped into parts; her life torn apart
Her legs quivered a while; her cries reached a mile
The sun shining high as she stared into the sky
The light went out of her eyes, and darkness engulfed her life

Her hopes went out in a night,
Even when she put up an almighty fight
The pain too much to bear,
Around souls that knows no care

Labelled a victim for the rest of her life,
By those who want to make the headlines rife
For candles might be lit in her name,
And we would forget her without shame.

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