Her days turned darkness, as evil taunted her soul Shattered she stood as the night fought her Harrowing it was when time stood still Fearful it were when he held her down as he took away her reason to smile again In a journey of ten minutes he took away her dreams alongside her innocence
There was no morning too bright to elude this darkest plight There was no one to hold her again No reason to smile No light too bright
It was blinding how the sun pierced into her damaged soul And when night came, she could not feel, She could not see
It was shattering It was shattering how pieces of her couldn't be mended again And how these pieces spread beyond her life It was shocking
It was shocking how her own mind questioned her existence And how she lived through life, existing, but not living It was monstrous*
It was monstrous how men could damage a flower so pure and beautiful And how they go on damaging more flowers, Crushing them and eluding them all of their innocence It was blackening
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