Rape Poems by Teens

Poetry by Teen Survivors of Rape

Rape is one of the most degrading, devastating emotional events that can happen to a person. Many people try to deny that they were raped by keeping it a secret, but repressing an attack simply delays the healing process and leaves the attacker free to attack again. Instead, victims should seek out legal and medical help, and a trusted friend to confide in. Often, recovery only begins when a victim talks to others about what happened to them. If you were raped, remember that what happened to you is not your fault. You deserve to get help and emotional support.

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  1. Not A Victim Anymore

    Where once there was love, now only is pain,
    I'll never have innocence, ever again.
    He took it from me, my childhood,
    he took away, all that was good.

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    I will never be able to explain how it really felt, but I can tell you that it is not something you would want to experience. I can tell you that when you see a man who wants to rape you, run...

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  2. Someday I'll Forget

    • By Alaska
    • Published: February 2012

    You were a friend of mine
    Before you attacked me.
    I told you I wasn't ready,
    So you took over.

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    I was molested from a very young age to just a few months ago. I can relate to all these poems way too well. Through one of my rapes, I got pregnant. He was also abusive physically, and...

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  3. Images

    Overcoming Memories Of Sexual Assault

    Images
    branded into my memory,
    hot with pain and guilt and hurt.

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    When I was 17 I went to a party. I drank a little too much and everything went black. I woke up with a boy I thought was my friend inside of me. I survived, but every day I have flashbacks of...

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  4. My Heart Skips A Beat

    • By Louisa
    • Published: October 2016
    He Is Not Who You Think He Is

    When I see you,
    My heart skips a beat.
    I don't want to admit it,
    But I'm accepting defeat.

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  5. A Price Paid

    • By Janae Boswell
    • Published: December 2012
    Rape Victim Kills Herself

    closed are my sunken eyes
    tears gracefully crawl down my face
    I take another straight shot of whiskey
    as my head starts to race...

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    Oh my! You have expressed it in such a way that I could actually smell the smoke of a burning cigarette and hear the scream. It's really painful.

  6. The Man In The Cargo

    • By Lauren
    • Published: September 2011
    Friends Don't Believe I was Raped

    The man in the cargo murdered my innocence, and he took away my pride
    He broke me down, and he shattered my trust all at once in his stride
    The man abused me, he denied me, and he watched as tears ran down my face
    How could one soul do this? I believed I was in a safe place...

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    I was raped, by my father. It all started when I was 11. He started touching me, and even came in my room while I was sleep. I'll never forget the day he raped me. I was watching TV, laying...

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  7. I Wish I Was Blind

    • By Courtney Powell
    • Published: March 2009
    Raped By Babysitter And Neighbor

    Waiting, debating
    Contemplating.
    On whether or not I
    Should be saying.

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    Please tell someone about this monster! No one knows that he is horrible and sick, and he could do this to another girl and another girl and another girl and soon he has a whole list of...

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  8. A Little Piece Of Me

    • By Kariana Reyes
    • Published: January 2012
    Molested By My Brother Poem

    You forced yourself on me, along with your touch.
    I pleaded for you to stop, but you still wouldn't get off.
    I closed my eyes tightly, wishing I were somewhere else.
    Wishing someone had been here to help....

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    Hey there. I hope your situation has improved! I don't want to say I understand, because I don't, not completely. But I hope you can find the words and the chance to get a bit of hope. And...

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  9. You Didn't Care

    You said that you would always be there
    You said that you really did care
    Instead all I got were your bullshit lies
    You didn't once stop to listen to my cries...

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    When I was 14, I was drinking with what I thought were a couple of good friends. Everyone left but me and this kid whose house it was. He kept persuading me to drink more and more. Somehow I...

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  10. A Life Change

    • By Amberrae Daniels
    • Published: March 2012
    9 Year Old Raped By Next Door Neighbor

    There was a chill in the wind that night,
    one like no other.
    The darkness made it hard for sight,
    but I knew it was his brother....

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    Hi! My name is Dylan. I am now 17 years old, but I grew up in a house in Archer, FL. I lived with a man who was abusive sexually, mentally, and physically. He also sold me to his friends and...

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