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It has been a year now a year since it all happened A year since sheevolved from a child to an adult trembling in her skin every second ofthe way A year since the miracle of childbirth was offered to her adecision that left her body scarred and bruised but her mind dynamicand eagerA year ago he was born his eyes were as big as the moon The first facehe saw was his smiling mother content with tears of joy Near the endof the room muddy footstep trails were left by his father who ran outof the room in disgust A year ago His father became scared scared ofhaving a child in his life at such a young age The stress of the childmade his father abusive to his mother He would smash beer bottles onthe floor one by one they dropped the glass shattered everywhere Ablow to the jaw a kick to the shin Her blood flooded the smoothwooden floor Her face was as pale as a vampire looking for some bloodto make her a whole Her lips were bruised and battered with rippedskin while blood flowed out He left her to her own will as she gaspedfor breath After he slammed the door shut and left a note that read Im sorryto what I have done to you You cant forgive me While a tear sliddown her face she passed out She hoped that she would fall asleepforever and not live the horror that her life came to be Their sonwatched the whole time through the beating His hands were covered inblood as he crawled over to her he fell asleep to the white noise thatwas clouding the roomIt has been a year since it all happened She stationed herself in a faraway area away from any human interaction She stared out at the openlake looking down at her reflection as clear as a mirror The cutsbruises battle scars were scattered around her
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