Claire Mugisha

She was a lonely girl,
in a hard world,
felt like nothing was going her way,
on the outside,
she was smiling all day,
but on the inside,
she was bruising,
She wonders if,
her family even cares
about her anymore,
cos there were times when fights got too far,
and left her bruised and sore,

Then, one night,
her father got drunk,
her little heart had sunk,
her father took his rage out on her,
What was put to the test was her fate,
but by tomorrow morning,
it was already too late,
But now she’s an angel girl,
in her pure white dress,
gibing it a twirl,
but now its time for her to spread her wings,
and fly away,

Mosh Wolf
(C) All Rights Reserved. Poem Submitted on 02/23/2021

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