3 Poems by Megha Sood

Proud to see my three poems featured in this social activism blog edited by Adam Levon Brown.

Madness Muse Press

Living Nightmare ( Child Sex Trafficking)

She was snatched from the

warm embrace of her mother

joy rides from her father

from her cradle of innocence

naked,

she stands now

stripped of her emotions

Baring her broken and shattered soul

at every lecherous eye

and fornicated look

she is a grown up woman

too early too soon

Her pretty little dolls have

scratches on her face

and stained with the

memories of the dark moon

Her pure soul

is still denying  the

blisters on her body

she still can’t believe her ears

when people call her whore

Licking her wounds every day

and dolled up for the night

she has got pretty good

at hiding her sores

The dream of that

fairytale prince and

the first time rapturous kiss

has been shattered

so many times more

She still has faint memories

of the sun

drenching her face

jumps in the…

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