Just Another Case

Silent she sat

In a corner of her heart

Pain, her sole companion,

Her smile, a lost friend.

Society had left her,

Shivering and cold,

Her fingers covered her face,

Withered and cold

Soft hands had lured her,

Into a trap carefully crafted,

Cruel hands now tormented,

Broke her through and through

All she used to feel,

She no longer felt,

Her own past made her reel,

Hated the cards she was dealt.

The violence she faced,

Wasn’t just physical,

Her mind too faced words,

Ruthlessly, mindlessly spoken.

Tears streaked her face,

Liked dried out rivers on a hill,

Labelled “just another case”,

Her soul went still.