Blurred Vision

Written by: kerry singleton

I wake up but I can't see 
Everything is blurry 
Life is not what it used to be 
Beyond the silence a little girl cries 
As all faith is taken 
Broken into piece's, never to be found 

He taste's her innocence along the softness of his tongue 
He smiles with delight 
As his desire is pleased 
This man is evil, his blackened soul hollow 
He shows no sympathy upon his victim 
Quiet he say's don't say a word 
This is our little secret 
Words of pure darkness, words of hurt, beyond such pain 
I listen and obey with vision of hope & faith among the blurred 


For I am only eight and feel I'm going insane 
Can't anybody tell how much I have changed 
His filth is all over me, can't you smell 
My hands are bleeding with pleasing 
Why 
Why me 
Is there really any hope as my faith fades 

This monster won't let me be 
Every night I am forced to touch and taste 
Such a weapon of disgrace 

My tears fall endlessly, I moan from sorrow 
Shaking and freighted to my core, I don't want to do this anymore 
But he is not leaving this house, nor am I 
I am, stuck here, because my mother loves him 
I want to tell her, scream at her 
I want her to see 
See I am no longer the little girl I used to be 

Is it me who's vision is blurred 
A question I'll never understand 
I am a victim now, forever he will have his way 
Will I ever grow up 
What will become of me, can I ever heal the damage 
Will I ever see clear again, I am afraid of all of thee 
Though I am empty to the absolute abyss of my soul 
I make a promise to myself, never to carry his load 
For all I see through this blurred vision 
A little girl all of eight holding onto the sight of hope & faith. 



© Copyright  kerry singleton