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Innocence Lost
by Amber V Moonstone
Friday, November 26, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Just watched a movie that was haunting, about a mother and son's relationship of sexual abuse. It made me so sick but I had to write this for all of the children that are abused.

******Statistics: every three in 1000 children are abused every day. Please help in the prevention of child abuse, do what you can to stop and or prevent it from continuing. If you are a victim, tell someone, if you know of a child being abused speak out to the authorities, never keep silent!"

"Innocence Lost"

by Amber "V" Moonstone


Awaken from a dream,
you are there, standing
looking right through me,
laughing at my innocence.

Bended knees
sacrificial lamb
torturous patience
submissive behavior

tenderness vacant
and sorrow.
Alone and abandoned.

marks of sin
twisted sense of desire
falling into the abyss of darkness
wanting to  die.

Violation and mistrust,
stolen voices,
silently speaking
of ghastly deeds.

Do Not Tell
Or I will kill you,

time to wake up and die once again.

"Innocence Lost"(c) Amber "V" Moonstone




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Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 12/3/2010
powerful voice here, too much seen, too much to contemplate
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 11/29/2010
Powerful, Amber.
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 11/29/2010
Though it saddens me to know it still happens I strive to keep the voices of others moving forward in a age where information can reach so many more at an earlier age. Good write and understood
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 11/28/2010
incredibly powerful. the trauma becomes frozen and children carry this into their adult lives, the trauma re-enacts itself once again in a pathological attempt to become whole.
Reviewed by stan nassano 11/28/2010
" of ghastly deeds."
Well done...but i think you may be wrong about the stats, i fear they are higher,and as writen below it goes on more than we want to acknowledge,hiddden from view ,,,hidden away...sad so digusting and sad at the same time...but......thanks for bring ligh to the subject,nicely done
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 11/28/2010
poignant write for the children-these things should not happen but do...every day
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 11/28/2010
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by jude forese 11/27/2010
an important social statement woven into this poem ... from personal experience i know well of its subject matter ...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/27/2010
Your poem "speaks" of a universal and timeless theme, Amber. Your verses are poignantly powerful in meaning expressed. Love and best wishes to you,

Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen 11/27/2010
How very nice Amber, Deeply rooted from chambers most try to cover up, and here you expose the beauty of standing face to face with pain.
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 11/27/2010
What we now call abuse was common when I was a child. My father would hit me on occasion. But the mental abuse I received from My aunt is still with me today.
Great informative writing, Dear Lady.

Namaste with Love
Reviewed by Richard Orey 11/27/2010
For the abused child, one of the most torturous effects is the feeling of being all alone and helpless.

Thank you for this insightful and sensitive offering, Amber.

Reviewed by Christine Tsen 11/27/2010
Written with such breath-taking compassion ~

So many of these children become adults trapped forever within abuse.
As Christine wrote, should NEVER be!
Reviewed by Linda Hill 11/27/2010

Child abuse is horrific for any child, I write often of it. We are the children's voice, for many are afraid to come forward. Keep writing for these tortured souls, speak out for them. Thank you for shinng your light on this subject, Amber.

Love an blessings,
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 11/27/2010
Should NEVER be!
Reviewed by George Carroll 11/27/2010
This warning can't be sounded enough. More often it is a member of the family or relative.

Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/27/2010
The scars of child abuse last a lifetime, they may not be ugly disfigurations on the skin but they ache and throb just below the surface always. You captured your topic well here Amber.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 11/27/2010
It happens more than people think.

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