The Power He Had Gained

 

It all started with a few name-calling

Then the arguments had gotten worst

When she became intimidated

The lust had now become a curse

 

The more timid she became

The more power he had gained

What was once name calling, then arguments

Had now become physical over and over again

 

So hard he hit her

So hard he had stomped and kicked her

Even reached back and punched her too

She thinks she’d finally had escaped him

Until she now had come to

 

No reason he needed now, it was all repetition

The more timid she became

The more power he had gained

 

Filled with rage again, he begins his angry shouts

But indeed sees a change

He can tell there’s no more pain she feels

Nor did she hope her reality wasn’t real

 

All her tears she had kept

No more fear of him she had was left

And no more did she feared death

And he knew the power he had gained—

 

Had left

 

From the book” Writers of Words