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Read Poems by aleksandra ivanova

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a little daughter i once had

shes felt alone
shes felt unwanted
shes felt everything there is to feel
the only thing that got her through it
was a little girl, she was only two feet
she had brown goldish hair
and deep blue greyish eyes
she helped her mom wash dishes 
after her daddy beat her up
they mom had many bruises
her daughter called her smurth
her daddy came from work one day
so like always she went to her room
and a few minutes later she heard a big boom
she opened the door
couldnt reach the handle
and she saw her mommy on the floor
curled up in a little ball
and red paint spilling from her body
and after that her mommy wasnt blue anymore
the little girl ran up to her mommys body
and when she looked up to say "what have you done?"
she saw something flying at her head
and she grabbed her mommas hand
and from that day on both of them were gone together
and they went to a better place called heaven

Copyright © aleksandra ivanova | Year Posted 2012


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  1. Date: 7/25/2016 1:43:00 AM

    aleksandra ivanova, enjoyed reading your poem today. ,Thank you for sharing your words. Hope to see you post again.... *SKAT*
  1. Date: 3/28/2012 1:48:00 PM

    Wery touching and sad poem. - oxox Anne-Lise