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HELPLESS MAN---UNKIND

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HELPLESS MAN---UNKIND

Her palsied mass depicting hapless shape,
A victim of heartless human rape.
This deathly site against a post,
Still so much alive like most.
With a wizened look and grotesque stare,
Breasts exposed,the rest too bare.
Assets devoid of former glory,
Reaching out to tell their story.
Agony encrypted on lips and brow,
You cannot help,but ask but "How"?.
Emaciation in stages beyond anorexic grace,
More like a skull than a womans face.
Like a shivering banshee in Alaska,
You're feelings' cold,can't stop and ask her.
Anticipating death she stands aghast,
Waiting patiently to breathe her last.
A whistling wind beckons ever slowly,
What succour now would help one so lowly?
Once a babe of parental kindness,
Today discarded by a world so mindless.
The end has come the throes begin,
Saying Goodbye to a life of sin.
From a deathly look and furrows of anguish,
Freedom at last! Death comes with a flourish.

                                          ----- Princefreakasso

                                              (Artist and Poet)









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  1. Date: 12/1/2009 3:34:00 AM
    Sixth line from the bottom really caught my attention. Nicely done. Keep the magical pen flowing. I really don't know the topic here.??? Sara

  1. Date: 11/25/2009 6:51:00 AM
    strange how your title seems to point at a man as the subject yet the woman seems to be the star of the show. This conjured images from 1700s Salem MA where the witches were put in stocks and punished by some of the grotesque things you point out above. I would hope this kind of inhumanity islimited to the past, at least in the western world, but somewhere deep down I think inhumanity doesn't discriminate and this could have happened to the poor woman yesterday...