When the sun set on a rape victim the only place to turn is locked in a bedroom.
She locked herself in her room again.
Not from one night but from the years that follow it.
Running from screaming eyes that ostracize the dividing line between victim and surviving.
What would you do if you walked into your sister's room with her crying alone, tired of the guilt and shame put on her by spectator and predator.
If the sun sets on a survivor, open arms and open hearts might console her.
A strong woman might arise despite the victimization from friends now passersby.
Stop running, stop screaming.
Take back your heart, take back your life.
What would you do in her shoes?
Walk Alone? No!
If she can live she can love.
I don't want you to run from the screaming eyes that ostracize the dividing line between victim and surviving.
What would you do if walked into your Mother's room with her crying alone, raper her heart as well? No more.


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