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Poems About Abused – Poems For Abuse

If you ever experienced being in an abusive situation and relationship it can never be easy to remove yourself and stay away from that circumstance or person. It is always okay to ask for help from someone you trust and confide about the abuse you are experiencing. It may be physical, emotional, mental, or even psychological abuse that you are experiencing, and it will help if you can talk to someone who can help remove you from that situation. There is nothing wrong with wanting to leave and ask for help, and if you know someone who is going through any form of abuse, it is always encouraged to lend a helping hand.

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Racial Abuse

by Hasmukh Amathalal

When dead night descends on earth,
It is for sure someone is picked from his berth,
To travel safely to heavenly abode and reside,
Seek permanent refuge with all worries to subside,
Night depict horror, terror in colour black,
No chance to recover and report back,
But when it largely looms over the big horizon,
Big dark forests may feel shame in Amazons,
Nature’s discrimination is well defined,
It has message and meaning well refined,
Never it has narrow aim and not confined,
Always kind to mankind and not fined,
If nature resorts to some kid of discrimination,
The place left is only ground cremation,
It needs no signal for confirmation,
Its impact is always yes in affirmation,
It is difficult to understand term racial,
Beauty may surface even without facial,
Survival may be the question crucial,
But why practice it private or official?
If you can challenge the power supreme?
Steps you take very outdated and extreme,
Only you think that race May extinct,
If you not resort to attack and inflict,
Many nations look so liberal and human,
Advocate the human rights for woman,
Message of love and peace sent across,
But at home they draw the sharp swords,
Who can prove which race is super?
Claim over all and try to keep hand upper,
Can this lead to harmony and avoid unrest,
What course is left then suitable and best?
My head bows in shame and protest,
Not succumb to pressure and contest,
It is not the time for attack and test,
The hard won battle may have more rest,
I continue to suffer agony and plight,
Many flee homes and leave by flight,
May not be the reason so convincing and right,
But dark may always rule over beautiful light,
Racial attacks on students serve no purpose,
In olden days kings were thrown and depose,
Does this not shock student community?
Who are symbol of progress and continuity?
Whether students, blacks, whites or creed,
All are essential and immediate need,
What most they expect is positive feed,
So when back home can certainly lead.

Abuse Of The Gospel

by William Cowper

Too many, Lord, abuse Thy grace
In this licentious day,
And while they boast they see Thy face,
They turn their own away.
Thy book displays a gracious light
That can the blind restore;
But these are dazzled by the sight,
And blinded still the more.
The pardon such presume upon,
They do not beg but steal;
And when they plead it at Thy throne,
Oh! where’s the Spirit’s seal?
Was it for this, ye lawless tribe,
The dear Redeemer bled?
Is this the grace the saints imbibe
From Christ the living head?
Ah, Lord, we know Thy chosen few
Are fed with heavenly fare;
But these, — the wretched husks they chew,
Proclaim them what they are.
The liberty our hearts implore
Is not to live in sin;
But still to wait at Wisdom’s door,
Till Mercy calls us in.

I Forgive You Daddy

by amanda eckert

I never do anything wrong
even though I don’t you hit me all day long
you just hit me again till I’m black and blue
all just because I looked at you
you hit me hard across the face
screaming at me saying I’m a disgrace
you hit me again just because I asked you why
why do you shout ugly words at me
why do you wish I would die
you never hear my screams
you always break my dreams
you never hear my beg
you throw me against the wall and break my leg
you hit me for talking back
you hit me so hard I heard a crack
Daddy I don’t care what you do
I will always love you
I can no longer make a sound
For now I’m buried in the ground
Even though now I look down upon you from above
I will always send you my love
Oh daddy I love you but I wish you would learn
your supposed to look at a child with love but your look is so stern
But remember what I told you daddy before I died
I don’t care daddy what you do
I will always love you

Child Abuse

by Donna Nimmo

You’re still young and innocent and mild
After all you’re still only a child
You have parents, that are supposed to protect you
But often they don’t, more than they do
Some fathers love their kids more than anything
But there are bad ones, that disgrace they will bring
You dread the night, when you go to bed
That he will come in, say things that shouldn’t be said
They will sneak around when no one else is home
They can’t hurt you if they can’t catch you alone
They will say you can’t tell what they did to you
They will tell you lies that just aren’t true
You get so you can’t stand his filthy touch
They say they do this because they love you so much
You want his love and so afraid to tell
Love him so much, don’t want him in jail
You feel so hopeless and so very sad
Can’t remember a time, that he made you glad
If your mother doesn’t believe you, continue to tell
You need to do something, scream or yell
This is a poem, that’s hard to hear
You don’t deserve the pain and all the fear
Some people have children, they don’t derserve
Our children’s rights, we have to preserve
You can go to school and tell your teacher
If that doesn’t work go and tell your preacher!

Alcohol Abuse Is Not An Addiction

by Scarborough Gypsy

Am so afraid of how you feel
Listening to what you’ve said
Chills me to the bone
Our whole existence is on shaky ground
How has it come to this
Or has it always been this way
Lonely on the inside and lonely on the out
Angry at you for having this weakness
Beating myself up for being so hard
Unable to see it from your perspective
Seeing only instability on your part
Even though I love you so
I don’t know how to deal with this
Stubborn strength has always been my strong point
Never been one to give in easily
Or admit defeat in any way
Therefore how can you, my man
Are you not in control of what you do
Needs and wants
Against who’s will do you keep drinking
Don’t you see that you can stop
Determination alone will conquer
I want to help but don’t know how
Can’t understand the actual problem
That is a problem in itself
I feel like I don’t really know you
Or even worse, don’t know myself
Need to sit on this a bit

Source: Poemhunter

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