The days drag
Your energy does sag
The mind is weary
The eyes are teary
Your babies the same
Due to the alienator game
But the law says
You’re to blame because to family
Court you came
For being a loving parent
You’re punished because you care
To speak the truth
If you may dare.
What goes on behind secret doors
The public are not aware
And the judges
Really couldn’t care
The emotions and frustration you suffer
Are sadly mistaken as mental health issues
By those who follow a certain vocation
In a job that should need tissues.
And to protect their jobs they make your life tougher
Until it finally Hits a buffer
They are really meant to be aware
Of the children who are left in despair.
These children cry alone at night
Because mummy or daddy
Are never in sight.
But the experts never see the pain
because they really just don’t Care.
The pain of being alienated ♡
You finally sleep long after the moon breaks,
Your heart aches before the sun awakes,
The moment your eyes open,
The thoughts are constant,
The pain is instant.
Missing them is unbearable,
The fake smile on your face is barely wearable.
You mumble through the days
With your mind in a haze.
Like an actor playing a role
Burying the pain deep within your soul
Because The alienator has all the control.
You worry about your offspring,
Their pain must drive them wild,
After all they are but a child.
If only you could ring to hear their heart sing.
You continue on regardless
Hoping their day is painless
You know these thoughts are unbelievable
All caused by pure evil
Who’d have thought it would end like this
You wish your child
You could kiss ♡