Survivor Poetry by Jaye

You told me to trust you

Yet you never gave me a reason to

You said this would be our secret

This was not my secret to keep

You told me you loved me

I learned to believe this to be true

But now I have begun this journey

Called healing and am learning

What you said was love was not

The lies you told just to get your way

Forced me to put up walls

Which have taken years to break down

When these walls come tumbling down

I will truly be free to be ME!

Jaye

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