Too long have I carried a buried story for the abused to be inspired by.
Author P. Marcelo Balboa has created an entirely new existence in what he calls the Unworthy Cosmos. Each tale is another puzzle piece connecting a collection of stories in which every detail matters.
In this installment, P. Marcelo W. Balboa shares the poetic tale of a fictional character, Judith, a motherless girl who is mistreated, abandoned, and betrayed by those she trusts most. As she contemplates whether to either surrender, end her life, or fight back against those who have robbed her of her innocence, Judith embarks on a lyrical journey inward where she soon discovers that all her choices, both good and bad, have consequences as she slowly becomes who she is meant to be.
Not all is as it seems, and that includes Judith’s own origins. Judith’s secret history will have you rereading and piecing together yet another part of Balboa’s tale.
Judith and the Ubiquitous Occurences in the Forbidden Forest is the poetic tale of a girl who verbalizes the tragedy of bullying through the eyes of a victim facing a multitude of choices.