My Mother Told Me (A touching Writing about Rape)

By MiCi

Mother told me
Life is beautiful
But she forgot to add
That there are shades to its color
Mother told me
To be careful
Not to walk alone
But she never mentioned
Not to sleep at home
Mother told me
My beauty is in and out
But she never told me
How to hide its face
Mother warned me
Not to spread my legs
But she never told me
Of the ones
who spread it forcefully
Mother told me
Of my hymen
And how it is broken
On wedding nights
on special beds
But she never mentioned predators
Who take the pride
Without paying the price
Mother is thirsty
Thirsty for blood
They tore my clothes
And shredded my pants
They closed my eyes
And sealed my lips
He broke my hymen in haste
And spilled my redness
On mother’s bed
Before they took their turns
Mother watched
With cold steel to her head
Hands tied
And mouth gagged
She told me
Life is beautiful
She must have forgotten
About these ones

That erase its colors

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