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Today is her Tomorrow
by E. J. Farrand

Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Awake all night,


the fear replaying


with overtones of hate;


Mind and body


entwined in one defense


against this now-frequent fate.


 


Trying to make sense


of this action,


 the torment;


all the while thinking


of happier times


before life began this descent.


 


Footsteps in the hall,


no safe place to hide


except deep within herself;


As the door creeps open,


the familiar shadow draws near


bringing the now too frequent


event of abuse,


 


Into the recesses,


memories fill the void;


a temporary respite


as the body betrays the mind,


 


No one to tell,


doubts of sanity


replace the  innocent thoughts;


ďThe quiet oneĒ others think,


but inside the screaming,


the emptiness,


a world shattered by this history.


 


Strength comes from the decision,


today is her tomorrow,


tomorrow begins the rest of her life,


the rest of her life


will be in front of her now,


for this victimís, no longer,


she has decided to tell.


 


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Reviewed by Jean Pike 3/9/2008
I've gotten woefully behind in my reading, EJ, but thought I'd stop in and see what's new. This is a very stirring and powerful piece of poetry. I also loved Until They Fly as One.
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 2/10/2008
Powerful write indeed my friend, profound lingers on one's thoughts!
Blessings,
Joyce B.
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 2/9/2008
good write and a empowering word to let then know there is hope. Lady J
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 2/7/2008
Simply a very amazing piece. I could almost feel the anquish and uncertainty through your words.....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/7/2008
Powerfully penned, my friend - and good for her.
Reviewed by Gloria Gay 2/6/2008
This harrowing story happens all over the world thousands of times daily. This poem does a superb job of making it universal.
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