Invasion of My Privacy
Such a strong force has come over me,
Now it is dark and I cannot see.
Such hatefulness was in his eyes,
He looked like my friend in disguise.
I feel him gripping and holding me tight,
But I am too weak, I can't put up a fight.
I did not make a peep; I did not make a sound.
I just lied there struggling on the cold, hard ground.
Visions running through my mind;
How can someone be so unkind?
Finally he's finished and pulls away;
I am still stunned; I don't know what to say.
My eyes are bloodshot; my hair is a mess,
And I was standing there half undressed.
Walking down a dark street alone;
Where can I go, I don't want to go home.
I can't look in the mirror; I'm scared what to see.
I can't look in the mirror; she doesn't look like me.
So I'll go on feeling this bitter shame,
Always wondering if I were to blame.
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