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TITLE (EDIT)
I Wont Tell
DESCRIPTION
This is not for the weak at heart type. This is a strong piece that is loosely based on my childhood. If you can take the sensitive content of this piece, read on.
[927 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Relationships
AUTHOR
Skyler Drevan
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I am Jeff, writer, dreamer, realist.
[July 2006]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
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I Wont Tell
Skyler Drevan

“Youth is a disease from which we all recover.”

Dorothy Fulheim


I promised to keep your secrets until the day I die, and that is what I intend to do. All the terrible things that you have led me to believe were good, beautiful things will never leave my lips. I swear it, sir. My lord and my faith know that I can be held to my word, even though I was at the tender age of eleven years, I told you that I will not betray you. You have given me every reason to hate you, but you have also given me every reason to love you. That night when you first approached me when your little sister was babysitting me, I knew that you had something on your mind, but I just didn’t know exactly what that something was. She and I had been very good buds, she was only four years older than me. You however were eight years older than me. I never knew that someone so mature can have such an attraction to someone like me. I am not terribly good looking. I am not terribly smart and yet you chose me. You came to me as if you were my father, the father I never knew.

You treated me, at first, like I was the son you never had and I surly looked to you as if you were the father I never had. I never looked at you as sick nor have I ever looked to you as a molester. I just thought you were full with love. I never knew, however, that you wouldn’t know when to stop. You were hurting me very badly that night. I begged, pleaded with you to stop and let me rest but you didn’t. I wonder why. I need an answer to that question before long. I need to know that you understand me now. You say you always understood me but I don’t see that you have. I am left here wondering why you and I have drifted apart so. Is it because I have a natural attraction to girls? Is it because I am growing too old? That’s it, isn’t it? I am too old for you? I’m thirteen now, maturing and going through puberty. Is that all that I was meant to you? Just a young, tight skinned piece of meat that had an expiration date?

Now I feel like a piece of meat. I feel lower than the rent on a burning building, as my grandmother used to say. How can you treat me like this? Haven’t I always done what you asked of me? There were no limits. There wasn’t anything I wouldn’t do to you and nothing I wouldn’t let you do to me. I held this all inside now only to learn that I was nothing but something that you could play with until you got bored. Even today as I learn this, I am here by your side still clutching onto the memories that I have of you, me and us together. I hate to see you here in this bed battling pneumonia but I told you that if your drive in the dead of winter with the top down on your convertible, you would get sick. You didn’t listen to then and you don’t listen to me now, do you? Even now as the blood boils beneath my skin, I hold true to my word to you and I won’t tell. But, I need you to answer me something, of all the people in the entire world, why me?

“He” Speaks:

I’ve chosen you because there was something about you that attracted me to you. I know that I am an adult and you are a child. I know the repercussions of my relationship with you and I know that there are no excuses in life, there are only explanations and I wish I had a better one for you than what I had. But I do not. I wanted you because something inside of my head forces me to make love to people like you. Prepubescent and youthful good looks attract me. It’s sick, I know but what am I to do about it. If I sought therapy, I would surly be arrested. I cannot risk that. I was hoping that one day this feeling would go away. I thought that you would be my last partner, but you weren’t. There were many when I met you and there were many after you. There will always be men like me in the world and there will always be boys like you in the world. The key, dear boy is to find the solution. To kill or harm us is not the answer. To study and understand us is. I know that if this ever came out, I would never see the light of day again. I thank you for keeping my secret in the personal diary of your heart.

“Boy” Responds:

I won’t tell. I promise I won’t tell your secrets. Your secrets are safe with me. Trust me, I will not tell. As God as my witness, I will never ever tell.

“He” Speaks Again:

The world’s greatest gift from the world’s greatest boy, thank you.

“Boy” Speaks:

You’re very welcome. Good night, my Prince.

“He” Returns:

By the way, before I leave, I just wanted to let you know that I am not just the brother to your babysitter; I am your brother as well.

“Boy” Says:

Oh God, what do I do now? What…..do I do now?

 

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"I dont quite know what to say. I'm greatly saddened by this. I dont get the ending. But I'm not sure I want to. I hope this is VERY loosely based on your childhood." -- km.
"KM, some things in life are not meant to be understood by all. In writing this, I recalled a lot of things about my childhood that I did not understand and, to this day, still I remain confused. " -- Skyler, The Author.
"very disturbing piece that seemed so real. i'm a bit saddened about the keeping quiet though, it causes so much more grief for others." -- just a guy.
"It is a bit real. It happens, unfortunately, everyday. I thank you once again for the review." -- Skyler.
"my dear, only today, January 30th, 2005 I got to read this one. Now I understand you and your emails better. Know that you have always a friend in me." -- Dri.
"wow....." -- jerry.
"Oh goodness. I feel great sadness for you. No child should have to live with those memories and to know it was in truth your very brother that did those things with you. I was abused also but in a different manner. Talk about it with someone who can and will help. But, Skylar, since you are a minor, you can tell someone who has the capacity to help others and maybe some of the other boys will tell that person too. "He" has stated that you were not the first and by far not the last. This man should not be free to roam the streets to do this to other young people. Please, would you want this to happen to someone else's brother. You are perfect just as God has intended you and "he is not".Do not be afraid, you will be protected. Read Psalms 91:1 and also Psalms 41. Do the right thing and do not protect him, what has he ever done to protect you? You were a victim in his game and now his game is over and you are still the victim. Help to prevent others from being his lifelong victim also. I do hope you have a good God. If you do, please read John 11:35, John 3:16, Ephesians 1:7, John 8:11, Philippians 4:6-7, Isiah 41:10, Ephesians 4:17, Galatians 6:16, Philippians 4:9 and end with Matthew 22:37-40. Why would someone thank a young person for not telling something that would cause so much harm to themselves and others? Do not let him hide in the shadows of your mind and allow him to hold your heart. He is not a nice man or a good brother. Maybe he would be better off incarcerated with others like him and then, just maybe, he could get treatment for his illness. Yes, he is sick but he cannot be cured alone or with another boy. And, just to enlighten you a bit, there is treatment available that he would not go to jail for attending and there are psychologists that would help him that are bound by law not to disclose any information to any outside party. It is called "patient confidentiality" and the doctor himself would get to talk to the police for sharing "his" information that was talked about in session. He is hiding in your love and still preying on what he sees as your weakness. Be strong, and love yourself to love others so they will not have to meet him in the same manner you have and they will not have this burden on their hearts and minds. With love, compassion and empathy to you. Rest well, young one. Lynn " -- Lynn, Midwest City , OK, USA.

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