Unzipped trousers sealed my fate,
unzipped trousers brought down in haste,
the one thing I loathe and hate,
too bad it’s all too late.
The unzipped trousers exploited my innocence,
the animal let loose on me,
I cried and pleaded for mercy,
why did you unzip your trousers but tear my clothes?
You snatched from me everything I held on to,
my dignity, my confidence,my life!
throwing yourself upon my feeble self,
ignoring my screams and pleas,
I trusted you, I loved you, the father I thought I had.
You forced yourself in, took away my precious treasure, my greatest gem, my jewels.
the pain you caused you might never know,
there I lay,
a heap of lost dreams, hopelessness, tattered clothes and blood.
blood that should have tainted my matrimonial bed.
Mockingly you laughed,
the laughter that tore my heart,
a laughter of victory,
potraying the actual beast I called father.
tears down my cheeks, pain rummaging my young defendless body,
yet the unzipped trousers stood before me,
as the zip found it’s way shut,
so did the girl who used to be me.
Now there’s this seed,
should I keep or sweep?
No, you did not hurt me.
oh unzipped trousers, why? why me?