Where Abuse leads

Ever since my birth, I’ve felt of little worth, wandering this planet like the only one on earth.
Accepting all the pain, is how worked my brain, only ever wishing, that I could break this chain.
Did living with this hurt, make me introvert? Is that why I feel like I am less than dirt?
Can what you said be true, that it was me who sinned, not you? Or is that just some tricky lie a child can’t see through?
I trusted you too much, you held me in your clutch, and ripped apart my child’s soul with your dirty touch.
You made me live with shame, like I’m the one to blame, the way you tricked and lied to me, you made me hate my name.
This lead me down a road, where I would soon implode, for carrying this shame and guilt was too much of a load.
I give it back to you now, it’s yours, you must endow, take it , feel it, live with it, do no disavow.

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