#DomesticViolenceAwareness, Child abuse, Domestic Violence, poetry, Uncategorized

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: “Jill’s” Story

Up against the wall… there you were Dangling inches above the ground Suddenly I was drowning with the sounds Of your aching screams of pain My vision was blurred with roaring streams That were forming in my eyes, What do I do was the question of the hour Do I let this one pass by Or do I start to scream and shout What do I do, what do I do…What do I do? The white telephone beginning to form in the corner of my eye Like the sun trying to beam through a rain cloud, Finally I was blinded by that beam of sun I turned around and dialed those foridded numbers 9-1-1
Thank you, Jill, for the touching poem. Thank you for sharing what it was like for you to witness this, and thank you for being brave and saving your mom.

You are strong.

You are brave.

You are loved.

You are safe.


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