Your hands felt like sandpaper against my skin,
A painful reminder that they don’t belong there.
I felt my body shudder as you ran your hand up my thigh,
My own body repelling your touch.
Your eyes met mine,
All I can see is the thirst of wanting more,
I could feel my own body become a corset .
The way my body tensed up, and how it took the breath from my lungs,
I trusted you.
The one who promised to not to break me,
Is the reason why I need super glue.
But we were in a relationship right ?
It’s my duty, or if I loved you I would,
But my vagina is not your walk in closet.
You wanted a place to store your disconcerted thoughts,
And I was the closest thing to hand.
But no should still mean no.
Your words dug a shallow grave in my chest,
Eroded by lies and promises broken.
My mind works anticlockwise ,
It likes to reminisce on the what could have beens.
The tears you once made me shed,
Now being wiped away by another, however ,
You’ve made me a human blockade,
I feel myself pushing away anyone that dares to get close to me.
I’m a shell of the woman I was,
My exterior says otherwise,
But Everyone has a chapter they don’t read out loud.