Poetry

People you may know

I still remember that ghastly night,
Streets being lit by the moon up so high.

I was there with a t-shirt so tight,
And a skirt which didn’t even cover my thigh.

Passed by a group of boys all so thirst,
The way they looked at me made me feel so scary,
Felt my heartbeat as it grew faster and faster.

All I could hear in their voice and some laughter,
They came near me and pulled me tight.

But I shouted for help with my voice so high,
They touched me here, they touched me there,
And the thing that was left was the only fear.

Left me alone undressing my soul,
And now I see you in
“PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW”.

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