Vermin


He sneaks in the dead of night, just a flash from the kitchen lite,
Lay there frozen; engulfed in fear, my nose perceives the odor of beer,
Covered up, from toes to nose, holding breath, remain compose,
Eyes shut tight see no more, it's been this way years before,
Heartbeats fast, senses heightened, legs together locked and tightened,
Coarse large paw starts to stroke, yellowed fingers from the smoke,
Lilac scented hair now gone, taken from this beastly brawn,
Covers taken now exposed tears won't flow because opposed,
Thoughts beg for an early dawn, not in time, nightshirt torn,
Panties next, last one owned, cannot let the monthly roam,
Lying naked he now spreads, my last defense against inbred,
No longer here, have gone astray, will return at the break of day,
The sun appears and the birds sing, safe again until his sting.

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