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This poem was thought up by me one night when thinking about my possibilities in life. It is based on a true story. It will make you think...
K.S.-14 years old.
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Her Unending Faith
|by Kat Skye
"God, if you love me, I know it's right,
Please let us make love tonight,"
She asked Him with a pleading voice,
Thinking she had made the right choice.
She put on music that seemed best,
He would get right to the rest.
She didn't exactly know why she felt,
A cold hollow feeling as he undid his belt.
Her parents found them before it got worse,
She kicked and screamed and hit and cursed,
But ceased when she heard their news.
Many girls had been in her shoes,
They didn't stop him, he caused their strife,
And soon AIDS would take away his life.
See, God really loved her and kept her safe,
And now she has complete and total faith.
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