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A woman and 5 villains

My name is Amin. I love writing the truth more than fiction

the-innocent-whore


In those days
We were fighting
We kill them and they kill us
We forgive them at times
And deny them for days
In a very angry
When we know
They raped a woman
In the damned war
A true story about a woman
On a cold night
After midnight
We heard strange steps
A group of bad guys
They broke into our house
Then their leader took me away
And he did what he did
Then the other and the other
And not only that
They killed my husband
We fled to the city a few days later
And for money and living
I sold myself among the grudges
Until the day the police caught me
The charge is a whore
How many whore in the movies
They do not see it
And they see who killed her husband
Which they raped
They imprison the innocent whore
They did not ask her a day
What happened to her
Or what is lacking

And on the other side
The rapist murderer is free
By an Amnesty International Court

How difficult life is
And how wronged with it

© 2018 tabouche amin

Comments

tabouche amin (author) from alger on January 05, 2019:

Peace . Paula Thank you for the wonderful words

tabouche amin (author) from alger on January 05, 2019:

I am happy because you are glad

Suzie from Carson City on January 04, 2019:

I stand with you against this egregious injustice! Evil exists and causes so much pain.....unfairness and grief. Remain strong and righteous. You are loved. Peace, Paula

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on January 04, 2019:

Wow, that was an emotive piece of writing. I am glad I read it. There is so much injustice in the world.

tabouche amin (author) from alger on December 22, 2018:

Thanks Tim for the beautiful words ...

Tim Truzy from U.S.A. on December 20, 2018:

Excellent poem about the social injustice of some legal systems and life in general.

Thank you for this well written work.

Sincerely,

Tim

tabouche amin (author) from alger on December 19, 2018:

Thank you Mark your comment. Pleases me ... is the bitter truth

Mark Tulin from Ventura, California on December 19, 2018:

Feeling the pain in that narrative.