He grabbed me around my slender neck
I could not call or scream.
He dragged me to my dingy room
Where we could not be seen.

He tore away my flimsy wrap
And gazed upon my form.
I was so cold and damp and scared
While he was dry and warm.

He pressed his feverish lips to mine
I could not make him stop.
He drained me of my inner self
I gave him every drop.

Then he cast me from his side
So now you see me here.
An empty bottle thrown away
That once was full of beer.