Africian Princess

A dark ebony beauty waits, partly hidden
by shadows and leafy green.
Filtered, dancing sunbeams
reveal elegant delicate features.

A gentle heart beats wildly from fear
beneath soft perfect breasts.

A civilized mind does not understand,
cannot in its depths comprehend
this terrible thing that is taking place.

Tall, savage, blonde haired bearded men,
men of milk white skin,
strip her of clothes, decency, dignity,
brutally ravish her repeatedly.

Heavy steel chains gouge deep.
Blood oozes from soft dark skin.

Taken suddenly from sunlight,
thrust into foul smelling darkness,
a mind retreats from reality,
not knowing how such a thing can be.
After all she is the daughter of a king.


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