I looked up and saw that dark shadow,
My keys fell to the ground, and I knew I wasn't allowed to make a sound.
The next few seconds went in a blur,
Until you bashed my head against the window my words began to slur.
I screamed until my throat turned sore,
But you wouldn't stop. You wanted more.
In that dark, starry night in the country, you took something so precious to me.
You left me afraid, alone, and crying.
My body was still roaming this earth, but I felt as if I were dying.
What kind of monster would take away the innocence of a child?
I'll never forget when you looked back up at me, you smiled.
If I could make a change in the world,
I would send each and every one of these monsters to the underworld.
I would make the minds of every human pure,
That way I could make to assure,
Every child, woman, and man has the right to feel safe.
No more rape.
No more war.
No more feeling afraid to walk alone to my car.