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Innocence lost
Remembering that day in May - when I became corporate prey On this unforgettable day - an innocent child was thrown away Last night as I lay in bed - I read the news here's what it said A camera caught this lady's words - and in her words, my stories heard When I was just a teen - that was when I became mommy Soon the year was 86 and I found myself in a fix Eighteen single on my own - another one would soon come home The other one now was two - I did not know what to do Did the baby have a soul - when was it considered whole Questions I had in leaps and bounds - but no answers could be found My family said get rid of it - you do not need any more kids Couldn't make them understand - and I tried to take a stand Family made the appointment you see - for me to ask about baby She dropped me off at the door - smiled and waved as she turned the corner I went inside just to see - what they knew about unborn babies Did it now have a soul - or if it was considered whole I didn't have long to wait - to see a counselor that decided my fate Nervous frightened that I was - what happened next forever judged She gave me a cup, or so she said - just to take off the edge I took what was inside - and she said this paper I had to sign I signed the paper and I sighed - and asked her what was on my mind She said my questions had to wait - the doctor was ready, I would be late I questioned why they felt the need - they had to examine me I was told it is because - can't answer questions until this is done On the table there is no doubt - apprehension is what I felt Relax they said it's just an exam - but that was not their true plan First came the stabbing pain - in my private parts I felt maimed Struggling next wanting to throw up - pain so intense I couldn't get up The nurse quickly came around, the table - and she held me down She said don't struggle it's too late - the pill made you dilate You may hemorrhage, you will bleed - until it's done you cannot leave Still, I fought to get away - they strapped me down, held me at bay It was probably better for me - then what happened to my baby Whatever it was they put in place - it felt worse than any rape. I struggled but could not flee - from the machine put inside me It moved around without a doubt - rape was what it was about I felt it sucking my insides out - killing my child there was no doubt The pain I felt must not have been - as bad for me as it was for him I always felt it was a boy - he was to be mama's joy What came next you have to know - was the final crushing blows 24 weeks is all he said - in this day and age it could have lived I was more than halfway through - this pregnancy it was true There was nothing I could do - tears in my eyes what to do The sent me out of their back door - said to rest for three or four I walked out into the bright day - crying my body & heart filled with pain No one was there waiting for me - no one at all to grieve with me The person who left me had driven away - not telling me their plans that day Or their complicity with the entity - that took my baby from me It seems that there was no intent - to answer questions it wasn't legit The appointment to which I was bade - was only to destroy what God had made No one cared even to see - if someone was there when I was freed Not even change for a bus pass home - I sat there waiting all alone All I wanted was to die - I felt culpable and cannot lie Suicide is what was on my mind - and on this day I did try My conscience would not let this rest Guilt consumed me in excess Over twenty years have now passed - I still cry about the past What was read just last night - brought perspective in to the light The director of the place I went - was caught on camera giving evidence That the doctors they employed - would often try to fill the voids Women that were pregnant - were used for their evil intent Gestational age was what they need - they would take a woman's seed To fill the orders that were made - for body parts, tissue, or a leg, A head, an eye, whatever, they paid - for their research, or as an aid She said the doctors had a need - seeking out women to fulfill their greed They would then tailor their deeds - to keep damage from the parts they need If it felt like rape to me - what must it have felt like for my baby Safe and comfy in his home - suddenly they took his arm The horror of what they have done - not just to me but to my son came crashing down once again - how can they say it's not a sin Upon my soul, this has weighed - to rest my child must be laid This confession the world must see - and know who it was that did this to me If my telling can prevent, - another baby lost to evil intent Sisters don't lose your soul - to that evil greedy troll They do not care a whit - on your reluctance, they will spit Abortion is the only way - to fill the orders they have that day Held me down, wouldn't let me up, - imagine yourself in my spot They did not care one bit - the abortion they performed wasn't legit The gestational age was too far,- still, they put him in a jar In my then naive innocent mind - I never read what I signed Until the evidence that I heard,- I have felt internally torn Knowing that it wasn't right,- how would I express my plight? A hypocrite for what was done,- I'm sure I'm not the only one All these years it took to see - the innocence that was ripped from me The world's loss was their financial gain - no one should have to die this way Now I reveal all this day - and the name of the company that preyed What was done can't be undone - now, it's too late for my son PLANNED PARENTHOOD WAS THE ONE, THE NAME IS NAMED, MY STORY IS DONE True Story that was written shortly after Planned Parenthood Top Executive was Caught Selling Body Parts of Aborted Babies
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