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The Outcast 

So the elders felt they had finally done a good job and had rid the village of the girl and her sins. They did not feel pride at what they had done. But they did feel satisfaction. Relief. It was necessary.

It worried them how she wandered through their streets bare foot. They did not like it when she lay in their fields, looking up to the sky. When she sat cross legged and made daisy chains that she would wrap around herself. When she skipped through the gardens picking dandelion puffs which she would close her eyes and blow. Spreading seeds of weeds everywhere.

Some of the villagers had taken a curiosity in her. They would bring her tea and biscuits and sit with her. She would bind them with her daisy chains. The elders believed she had entranced them. Sometimes she liked the kindness in their eyes. Sometimes she reached to touch them. Sometimes she wanted them to touch her. It made her feel less alone.

There were of course visitors with bad intentions. They would trick her. It hurt. There were visitors with good intentions but who could not stay. They hurt her more.

The Elders did not realise, she was more scared of the people than they were of her.
She wanted them to seek her, but she ***ed what they could do to her.

One day after she had spent a whole day wailing at the sky. For an answer that was never going to come. The elders could take no more. They would banish her for good this time.

There was one elder who had been bewitched by her once. She always responded to his warmth. He would lure her to the forest. The others would wait there.

She seemed willing as she took his hand curiously and followed. The man was nervous. Was he safe? But of course it was she who he was leading to danger.

The forest was dark but the elders stood in a circle holding candles. At first she was transfixed by the pretty lights. It was only when she was pushed to the floor by the wife of the man who had led her there that she realised she should be afraid.

They glared at her lying in the middle of the circle. She felt their eyes, penetrating her soul. 

Stand. The eldest commanded. She rose before them.

In turn they each told her what was wrong with her. As they did they would spit at her feet and cut away a piece of her clothing.

She sobbed. She fell to her knees. She pleaded. But they continued. When she could stand no more, they took a rope and tied her upright to a tree.

One piece of fabric remained, covering her last dignity.

The men surrounded as it was torn from her.
The women watched, as one by one the men clawed at her skin, no part of her body untouched. Until she would never again seek comfort in the touch of man. Until she would cry out in *** when she yearned again for closeness.

When it was over, they released her rope.
She fell to the floor.

Leave us alone. Commanded the eldest. There is nothing here for you.

She was too weak to move right then. 

But the elders knew they had done a good enough job. They left her there and did not speak again of that night.

Some say she is still in the forest, but that now she only cries at the moon instead of by day.



Powerful. I feel so much emotion, turmoil and inner angst. Your *** is leaping off the screen.

Life is not easy, and some have unfairly suffered much more than others.

I hope you know I am here for you if you want to talk xxx


I've been waiting a long time to feel this way
But when I've reached my happiness, a young face will out and say
Don't your eyes hurt you from the light?
Doesn't your head hurt? Isn't it bright?

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