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The Pain She Knew

Author: ChocletRN

Filed in: polyamory, growth, pain, loss, questions

Staring out that dark window

There seemed no light insight

Through all of her journey

She never had to physically fight


Things changed so quickly then

eyes opened now and there she was

The other one Daddi called slave

But now she was only Daddi’s sub


The other one walked all over her

Yet she stayed despite living in a fog

Never in her entire life  

She was being treated like a dog


It was ok stated her Daddi

You are my first, you are my light

But when the sub was not around

Daddi’s slave would always be right


She asked why this new one held;

more power in Daddi’s life than she.

Daddi would falsely reassure her

don’t worry my gurl just let it be


Despite this Daddi made many plans

To move the sub closer to the other 

To this she could not consent

Not only Daddi’s sub; she was a mother.   


The slave tried to convince her

That they were sisters in serving then

But always behind her back

The slave knew the sub’s fate was grim


She stumbled upon their letters

Daddi telling the slave how she truly felt

Daddi secretly hated the sub

Even when in servitude she knelt


In her love for her Daddi she served

The only way that she knew how

Yes Daddi took care of the boys

and that wasn’t a problem until now


Daddi grew mean as she transformed

From sadistic into being cruel

When it all came into light

The sub now felt like the fool


Her Daddi blamed the meds she took

The sub learned to know fear everyday

Her Daddi’s changes grew unbelievably

No matter what the sub would never stray


She awoke that night with tears

It burned and with no where to escape

The tearing inside was unbearable

with Daddi’s fist she was now being raped


The hands around her neck

Told her it was time to let it go

She loved her Daddi with all heart

But the fear was starting to grow


The pain was once only internal

Yet now with external pain too

Her eyes filled with tears

she had no idea what to do


She felt Daddi’s blows on her head

And the tight feel of Daddi’s hands 

Was there something deep inside?

Telling Daddi to do this to be a man


How can you say I love you?

And hurt someone with fist

Would she ever serve another?

She didn’t know if she’d ever be over this.


As they squeezed tightly around

Where once Daddi’s collar she wore

she screamed for her life

marks and bruises now are all she bore


To this moment she could feel

Daddi hands squeezing tightly her neck

Blacking out and in slowly

At that moment she was a complete wreck


Daddi trained her to be weak

Her body she grew to hate

Daddi now had the other 

Daddi now complained of her weight


Daddi’s affection was now non existent

All time devoted to the slave, the other

Daddi denied the others place in their lives

She learned later they were more than lovers


In ways she never knew existed

They bonded feeling quite the stud

Imagine the pain she felt inside

Learning they were bonded also by blood


Bound closely by each others blood

A bond not even she and Daddi knew

In the end she learned there was more

The lies and deceit they only grew


Out that window she looked and stared

Knowing she was more than alone

She was beaten and defeated

The pain far worse than broken bones


The staff where she was now

would ask will you eat or sleep?

Weak and emptiness inside her

She now had only energy to weep


She had her boys to look after

Her mental health now at stake

If not for her own well being

She had to for their stake


She slowly stirred and came around  

She’d be on medicine forever more

She knew that day in her heart it was

her submission she still proudly wore.

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