Domestic Violence Awareness Month - Page 2

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  1. Scars

    • By Jennifer Michelle Jones
    • Published: April 2009
    I'm Afraid Of You

    in Abuse Poems

    I've been with you far too long
    and all you did was treat me wrong.
    I loved and cared and catered to you;
    I lost my mind and all you'll find

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    • Rating 4.34
  2. The Arms That Hold Him

    • By Ashley Anderson
    • Published: July 2011

    in Abuse Poems

    As the blood ran down her face,
    she realized this is not the way
    that love is supposed to taste.

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    • Rating 4.34
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  4. Eternal Sleep

    • By Raige
    • Published: October 2007

    in Abuse Poems

    A burning passion,
    An internal rage,
    A wounded animal
    Chained in a cage.

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    • Votes 135
    • Rating 4.34
  5. The Monster He's Become

    Poem About Domestic Violence

    in Abuse Poems

    There was a time he loved her.
    Now it's clear there's nothing there.
    He walks around so flippantly
    With no interest or a care.

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    • Rating 4.42
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  7. Battered Wife...

    in Abuse Poems

    Darkness surrounds her as she cries.
    Blood oozes as she dies...
    Bruised and battered, a pitiful state,
    The consequences of her partner's anger, his hate.

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    • Votes 134
    • Rating 4.49
    Featured Shared Story

    This really hit home for me. I was abused for 4 years. It took me getting my nose broke and cracked my rib. I never wanted to say a thing to anyone about it since he had me convinced he was...

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  8. Did You Love Me?

    Loving A Man That Is A Monster

    in Anger Poems about Love

    Did you love me?
    You would gently caress your hand across my face,
    Not punch me over and over again begging for you to stop.
    Did you love me?

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    • Votes 150
    • Rating 4.08
    Featured Shared Story

    I understand what your going through, but why is it so hard for us to break through? Is it because we know he's strong, or is he weak, and without me he won't go on? I'm tired of the tears I...

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  9. Broken

    • By Georgia Collison
    • Published: June 2008
    I Used To Be Strong

    in Abuse Poems

    Those days were somewhat cold,
    Trying to sink away,
    Hoping not to be noticed
    So the pain would just disappear.

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    • Votes 94
    • Rating 4.32
    Featured Shared Story

    This poem made me cry...

  10. Monster

    • By Trisha Ramos
    • Published: February 2006

    in Abuse Poems

    I try to rationalize
    it all
    as you
    tear

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    • Votes 92
    • Rating 4.13
  11. To The Woman I Admire The Most

    • By Candis D. Sanders
    • Published: February 2006

    in Abuse Poems

    Being a child, you had so much pain and sorrow,
    Never knowing what would come with the light of tomorrow.
    As a teen, you fell in love with a man that I now call Dad.
    You had two children to love but still yet you were so sad.

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    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 313
    • Rating 4.33
  12. Running From The Bear

    Abuse And The Fear It Causes

    in Abuse Poems

    I've spent many years now
    Running from the bear.
    Just when I think you're gone,
    You once again are there.

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    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 30
    • Rating 4.13

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