Sheltered life

Sheltered life

A Poem by Alexa Tasch

they never let her live so she died


Her mother locked the door

barred the windows

and unplugged the TV


She couldn't read books or magazines

Didn't know what the other kids were talking about

and never listened to gossip


Her father never talked about his work

Only basic things

She lived a sheltered life from the bad things


Until one day

On her way to school

A white van drove by


It slowed to a stop

and opened the door

And a man with a mustache was inside


"Hello" he said

"would you like some candy?

Then come with me!"


And she never heard the bad things

She was never taught to say no

So she went with the van because she didn't know


When the police found the body

Her parents were upset

Because they killed her


Because they never let her live

and so

she died

© 2012 Alexa Tasch

Author's Note

Alexa Tasch
this wasn't meant to be really good or even anywhere near it, I was just bored and didn't want to do my homework

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omg this is such a sad poem , i really luv what u do it's like a song !!

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Added on April 28, 2012
Last Updated on April 28, 2012
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Alexa Tasch
Alexa Tasch

Providence, RI

My name is Alexa. I'm 19. I usually write instead of paying attention in my classes so I will post anything I think it good enough. Don't read my older stuff unless you're really committed because.. more..