Castle of Fear

From: PinterestCastle of Fear – that’s where you live when you live with an Abuser.

Looks pretty from the outside – but there is a dungeon on the inside – with chains, gates, and bars.

And you are Rapunzel – trapped inside.

Daily Prompt: Safety First

Share the story of a time you felt unsafe.

Photographers, artists, poets: show us SAFETY.

Here is my story of living in that Castle of Fear:

Snow White Darkness (may trigger – be safe).

“Smothered by control

a tormented soul         

trapped in his castle

her tears rolling mist

proof she  exists

in Snow White Darkness”

~©2013 Diana Rasmussen~

                   

        

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About dianarasmussen

Diana Rasmussen is a Faith Builder, Worship Leader, Veteran's wife, and Customer Service Rep
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  12. vicbriggs says:

    We seem to have both interpreted today’s prompt in the same vein. There must be something about the idea of “safety” that chimes with this theme.

    Like

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