Obscenity

“When she was a child, her aunt and uncle burned her with cigarettes and molested her.”

As I am typing this in the middle of a routine assessment, I must stop, overwhelmed.

At first, I think that the right words are too obscene to type. I quickly realize that I do not have the right words.

There are not enough obscene words in all the world to carry the obscenity of this reality.

There are not enough obscene words in all the world to carry the obscenity of this reality.

There are not enough obscene words in all the world to carry the obscenity of this reality.

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About Leil_ish

I am restless and intensely curious about almost everything that most people don't care about.
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