Watching from a distance.
Standing in the rain.
I saw you for an instance
Then you went away again.
My heart was saying yes
And my feet were saying go.
My head knew what was best
And that was to say no.
I walked on through the alleyway
And followed you through the town.
You led me to your hideaway
As the rain came pelting down.
You started to touch me softly
And fondle up my legs.
Your fingers entered boldly
And my moans were more like begs.
It was growing hard beneath my touch
As I groaned with pleasure.
It entered in, a rabbit in it's hutch
But I began to waiver.
This felt wrong, it was too strange
That we were here together.
I ran outside from our weird exchange
As I sensed the danger.
You caught my wrist and slapped my face,
I was forced against a wall.
I struggled but you sped your pace
And dirtied me once and for all.
I screamed for help but no one heard
You laughed and beat me harder.
I retched and gagged, my vision blurred
As I passed out in my terror.
Nine months on he came to me
A child from my mistake.
My bastard child who made me see
That my heart I did break.