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Author Rhonda Kay
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Author Rhonda Kay Hero - Wilson
Where does she go from here another town
where no one knows her haunted past or will
it follow her like the death weeper that not one
of us can ever escape for her he is always there.
He can be a welcoming site sometimes he came
come to take her than she would know that all
she had been through would come to an end.
There would be no more explanations she would owe.
They would say I like you to get what they could
from her, saying if you need me I will always be there,
but no one ever comes she is left sitting alone.
They fear her for things she had no control over
her past of being in a Satanic Cult was not a baby's
choice her parents made that choice the things she
did she saw was them it was not her heart she was
always so afraid but new better than to open her
mouth so she grows and decides at 49 years old
she had to get away from this these 'monsters' who
say they 'kill, maim, sacrifice' in the name of Satan
the 'god' they followed well she didn't choose it
she was born into it so now she leaves behind all
those innocent children, her children she was forced
to have, her Aunts, Uncles all the 'Family' she knew
was left behind that day she walked away she has
no regrets for that because in doing so she has
found her true Father God her Savior who she had
feared so many years before that day.
She is judged now by the innocence of mankind that
thinks that because her past was that way she will be
that way too but she can no longer take it the looks
they give her she feels like she is an insect being
examined through the telescope eyes always watching
for her to mess up her words always being taken
out of context so she has decided to be alone to shut
the world outside out to keep her words only on
paper her thoughts her feelings only within because
she knows now nothing she has to say is important.