Poems about domestic violence survivors

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poems about domestic violence survivors

Abuse Survivors Quotes (276 quotes)

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Spoken Word Poetry: "One Sip" Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

Domestic Violence Poems 1

Domestic violence poems about their experiences of and feelings about abusive relationships by survivors of domestic violence and abuse, and the Joy of finally being free of abuse! If you have a poem or anything else you have written to share with us, please email me. Thank you. They say These clever scientist folks, That there is such a thing As learned helplessness; Cage a rat Subject it To repeated trauma Until it is so tired of fighting It will lie in the corner And take the pain. I know this to be true This has been me Cowering In the corner Begging With imploring eyes For you to shut the door And stop confronting me. For too many Would-be conquerors If they cannot possess Will seek instead To destroy.

October 11, by Rebecca. Sleeping sounds have stopped The boards creak, alarm its coming Not another night. The Goliath comes for me. No where to run No time to escape I clench my teeth. I shave off my skin A new day of filth We all wear our masks The perfect family The loving mother, blind to all.

Soon you changed I longer recognised you. Your body is muscley You're so strong, easily you held me. You began to scare me. Your hands were cold, Your grip so forceful, I could not escape you. And then you punched me! I tried to scream, It met only your hand I was struggling to move, And you just ignored me!

I was the victim of Domestic Violence for 14 years. I am now free. Healing takes time. Scars will always remain. Yet I am not held hostage anymore!.
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Be The Change - Poem About Domestic Violence

I am Woman hear me Roar… now get out of My Way! I was in an abusive relationship for 3 years and he abused me in all aspects. I found the will the leave him when he attempted to hit me while I was 3 months pregnant with our son. He has continued to be verbally, emotionally and once even physically abusive to me in front of our son. I wrote the following poem depicting my journey and my realization. I could only be his victim as long as I allowed myself to be and I refuse to be his victim. I hope you all enjoy this poem:.

Prev Poem. Next Poem. Thank you for sharing! You took away my innocence My hopes, my dreams, my youth You took from me my very soul What could have been, I never knew Your words would cut me deep inside Deep to the very core Darkness. I could not feel Why did you hate me so?


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