Tales Of A Traded Little Girl… Part 3

As she crouched behind the door 
Waiting for the sun to rise 
Waiting for the routine dulling of the senses
The adrenalin running through her veins
She could already taste the trepidation with in her
The door slammed open and just as the ugly scarface walked in the room
She thrust her knee onto his crotch
As he dropped onto a fatal position she grabbed his gun and flew past him
 Passing the other rooms and hearing the revolting moans of men
Knowing very well what the other girls in the room were enduring
She could not wait to be out of the house of torture
Ahead of her was a big red door, and just as she was about to reach it
A big creepy man stood in front of it, grinning with teeth as yellow as corn
She came to a  rigid halt,dread and anxiety consuming her
She looked all around her for an escape route, then suddenly remembered she had a gun at hand
She slowly lifted it up aiming towards the man as he stride slowly towards her
Then she suddenly started running on the opposite direction were she saw light coming in from the only exposed window
As she got closer and closer to the window she started shooting
With the creepy man right on her toes she jumped through the window head first 
And instantly felt the warmth and light of the sun on her cold blood spattered skin…
The forth and concluding part of this mini series will be coming soon.. 🙂

18 thoughts on “Tales Of A Traded Little Girl… Part 3

  1. The photograph alone chills me. I find myself consumed by a feeling of sadness and anger and frustration, as women all over the world are exposed to issues such as this, among many others every moment of every day. It is something that I think every woman should be aware of, something that every man should be aware of, and something that worldwide, needs to come to an end.

    • I completely agree with you, out of the bad things that women in the world go through, this is definitely the worst and the one which is closest to my heart, i started writing these poems because i want to try and give it light, let everyone out in the world know..thank you for checking it out.. 🙂

  2. Your main character is a great hero. The villains are good too. One part of me hopes there is bloody retribution in some form for the man, another wants him to learn – it to be OK in the end for all. I am interested to find out what happens!

    • thank you so much.. :-).. im glad you got what i was trying to convey, its true that the girl has a lot of courage..like i said your comment is much appreciated.. 😀

  3. OMG u took poetry to a whole new level 😀 horror and thriller poetry :D?????????? wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow 😀
    girl u r so resourceful 😀
    i truly admire ur style and am so damn lucky to find ur blog and am in page 5 😀 which means am 2 pages away from completing this blog 😀
    for the first time in my life i read that much 😀

      • I am so happy 😀 for one i havent had much pleasure reading before and to finding such a nice talent as urs and a nice and tidy blog as urs 🙂 all in all i am thrilled 🙂

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