A Poem by Abigale LeCavalier



And I lay here broken,

with just a thin sheet


all that is left

of me.


He was a bit brutal.


And I could have done without

the whiskey

on his breath.


It butchered

what should have been

a fine evening.


But at least he left me

some cigarettes,

and a twenty dollar bill.


Though not a w***e,

I’ll take what I can get.


Funny how they leave

when they finish,

with or without me.




I find myself a spider;

my web this bed,

and I kill everything

that comes my way.


It’s only the happiness

that has slipped away.


And I wish I had a match

to light my cigarette.


So I could fill this hole

with smoke.


Instead of tears.

© 2010 Abigale LeCavalier

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You are too kind!
wow excellent. i like the end bit especially

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on November 29, 2009
Last Updated on August 30, 2010
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