The B*****d from Hell.

The B*****d from Hell.

A Story by Dawn



I know am not alone
in things we have faced
in troubled times.

That affect loved ones.
I feel I have faced hell
and the devil on earth.

As well as fighting with him
In our daily battles.

He's attacked me from all sides.
And spat and grinned in my face.
I have my battle scars to prove it.

If you could see inside my mind,
heart and soul.

My spirit is weakened
and he has taken
his pound of flesh.
As a souvenir.

I understand, relate
and feel compassion
love and sympathy
towards everyone who
has suffered traumas,
health issues. You
name it that is also included.

That has put fear
into your soul.
As well as distress
into all aspects of your
daily life.

I know how you suffered,
reacted, felt, to a strong
degree. And still do at times.

As the b*****d from Hell.
Really does f**k your mind up
and your emotions big time.

Faith, love, hope, courage and
true friendships. Let alone
determination. Can move mountains.

And kick that b*****d right back to hell
where he comes from.

© 2019 Dawn


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Feisty talk Dawn. My b*****d from hell was cancer as well. Nearly a year off work, much treatment, but happily that was 14 years ago. For all people fighting diseases it is a very worrying, time, same for those fighting other traumas. Your poem acknowledges all of them, giving them compassionate consideration.

Chris

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dawn

2 Years Ago

I belief that also. It was like he held it off until the match ended. He is a Manc. So his team one... read more
Chris Shaw

2 Years Ago

He went out on a high, after seeing his team win. What a way to go. If only we could all choose the .. read more
Dawn

2 Years Ago

I never thought of that one.



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Sigh, it's ironic how everyone puts bad things in Satans hands, forgetting the tricky way Satan gets us. His biggest trick. Temptation. Let's not forget how he deceives us! I like your ferociousness in this poem, outwardly attacking the Devil. Brave of you :) I like this poem lot! Probably my favorite of yours! Satan is more than a b*****d, and you're right about the last part (which made me smile) let's throw him back to hell where he came from :D

Posted 2 Years Ago


Nice work. Aren't we all fighting our battles and yet as an artist it makes sense to reflect them into something more materialistic for others to understand. Nicely done and I hope you are fighting your battles well.

Posted 2 Years Ago


I love it.. I really really love it Dawn! The way it says don't give up and you can fight back is very realistic although hard to do. But what if the b*****d of hell already consumes you? Can you still fight back? because it is really hard to do... Anyway, thanks for sharing this!

Posted 2 Years Ago


After a few scans, and enough blood tests to notice when the tech recognizes me coming through the door,
I still have a clue. I get to have a smile, and maybe be a little grumpy.

Move aside you little b*****d!



Posted 2 Years Ago


Dawn - you are such a fighter. I admire your courage in combating this horrid foe of mankind. It must be I'm sure, very discouraging at times, to engage this enemy and feel a degree of victory only to have him come back again and again.
I understand that you are not the 'primary' victim, but I know from what you have had to endure, the pain you have suffered while watching over your husband that in so many countless ways you are a victim.
Keep being feisty someday, hopefully you'll be able to kick the devil in the a*s.
My prayers are with you tonight.- Dave

Posted 2 Years Ago


the way this poem is worded I have much concern for you makes me think that you were in a an abusive relationship but yeah I have a bad heart so I know how bad it is when your health gets bad.this is a very good poem and it makes you think

Posted 2 Years Ago


You kicking a*s, Dawn.
Black days always appear in your life at some point.
But strength and resilience will see you through.
Hope 2019 is your year.


Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dawn

2 Years Ago

Thanks Paul. Life really does kick you in the a*s. I hope your good Paul and your family. Thinking o.. read more
Feisty talk Dawn. My b*****d from hell was cancer as well. Nearly a year off work, much treatment, but happily that was 14 years ago. For all people fighting diseases it is a very worrying, time, same for those fighting other traumas. Your poem acknowledges all of them, giving them compassionate consideration.

Chris

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dawn

2 Years Ago

I belief that also. It was like he held it off until the match ended. He is a Manc. So his team one... read more
Chris Shaw

2 Years Ago

He went out on a high, after seeing his team win. What a way to go. If only we could all choose the .. read more
Dawn

2 Years Ago

I never thought of that one.

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Added on January 5, 2019
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