Liberation

by Annette M. Parrott


I alone possess the key, to direct my destiny
My body you may abuse or take
But my mind is mine youíll never break
It, has become petrified, calcified. Because you lied
Finally coming into my own, oh how much this young girls has grown
Stronger than the arms that bind
My Spiritís too infinite to be confined
I will myself to carry on and not be hampered by the wrongs
My life is mine, and soís the mess
But I refuse to settle, for anything less, than the best.
My worth alone, you cannot comprehend,
Much less my value as a friend
Beyond your scope to understand
To know exactly, who I am
Another secret goes unknown
Another prize remains unshown
But as long as I remember who I am
Iíll never succumb to another man
Call me cold if you feel you must
But even the greatest mountains, are just mounds of dust
Selfish yes, but willing to share
Dying for my soul to bare
Touch me with a soft caress
To find the heart beneath the breast



Liberation by Annette M. Parrott

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