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She Should Have Lived
by Linda M Hill

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There are millions of women
in the world who cannot have
children. Millions of women
who could love and cherish the
millions of abused babies. There
is NO excuse for ever finding
babies in dumpsters or children
found beaten to death by their
parents or babysitters. This is
only my voice, but I say if you
don't want these children allow
them a loving home with parents
who will cherish them.


Headlines in the paper
Child abuse it read
Infant little girl
In a dumpster dead
Tears smear the letters
As silently I cry
There is not one reason
This baby had to die


For years I have ached
To hold and love
My own precious baby
Its all I've dreamed of
God has not blessed me
With kids of my own
This baby would be mine
If only I'd known


She could have had
Tender loving care
A Mommy and Daddy
To always be there
Shower her with the best
Of what I could give
Allowing this angel
A chance to live


She would have huggs
And kisses every day
A room full of toys
Where she could play
She would have grown up
In a loving home
Now every chance she had
In life is gone


In desperation she was
Placed in that bin
Did her Mother not
Realize the awful sin
Why didn't she think
Someone in this world
Would have cared and loved
This precious baby girl


 


Linda Hill 2003


 


 


 


 


 


 


 



 




 


 


 

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Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 10/26/2003
This was a hard one to read, but so true, i feel the same way...
God Bless
~Michelle~
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 10/15/2003
Life is cruel at times Linda, this is one reason we must hold on and embrace the good light as much as possible. Being positive helps in the sad light. good rant of a poem. hugs G
Reviewed by Trixie Love 10/14/2003
Oh Linda, This deeply
touched my heart...
It seems that everytime
I listen to the news,
You hear of another helpless innocent baby
being victimized, by the
very hands of the ones
who were suppose to love
and nurture them...
I do not know how one
could live with theirself
after such a barbaric act.

There are many solutions
other than cold blood murder!!!

I appauld you for writing
this!!!!

Trixie
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 10/14/2003
Linda, this is a heartfelt and exceptional write. Very powerful
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 10/14/2003
Hi Linda, I agree with you whole heartly
Babies don't have to die..
It's not the babies fault...
Take care my friend.......
Reviewed by jude forese 10/13/2003
this happens many times in NY... always in the headlines... very sad and tragic indeed!

my mother also wanted a child and was told it was scientifically impossible... she prayed to st.jude, had a baby and she died 3 days later... life is not fair but its how the cards are dealt, handed out by our previous lifetimes...

powerful write!
Reviewed by John Bidwell 10/13/2003
You capture the depths of feeling...the very depths.
You are one voice needed very badly.
I thank God for you.
Love,
John
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 10/13/2003
So heart wrenching, you have such a big and tender heart, Linda.
Reviewed by Sharron Tyrrell 10/13/2003
How sad and yet how true
Life sometimes just doesn't seem fair ..
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/13/2003
(((linda)))

*tears* powerful, gutwrenching write

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. :(
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/13/2003
O' God This so heartwrenching stuff Linda!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/13/2003
Touching account. Very sad comment on our society. Powerful expression of genuine feelings. Your friend from BC.
Reviewed by L M (Reader) 10/13/2003
Packed with power. Hits deeply.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/13/2003
I could only have one that survived. One that died and several other miscarriages so I understand this write quite well.

Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 10/13/2003
Linda, you have the ability to bring me to tears like nothing or nobody else can. This is so sad and heartbreaking. To say I'm sorry is just not enough.
You've brought a horrid crime to light. Lisa
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/13/2003
>tears < this poem fits my mood today. (((HUGS))) and much love, your texas friend, karen lynn. :(
Reviewed by Christine Morell 10/13/2003
I'm so sorry Linda. Thank you for sharing this heartfelt, touching poem
~Chrissie
Reviewed by William Bonilla 10/13/2003
An excellent tearful write
sad and heartfelt

William
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 10/13/2003
This is such a powerful and touching statement, when I saw the picture of the baby appear on my screen, I knew....the verse ripped at my heart. Wonderful write.
Allen
Reviewed by J. Hart (Reader) 10/13/2003
Touching, soul-wrenching write. It makes my heart cry to know that this happens out of ignorance and selfishness. This isn't an old sweater that we get tired of and throw out - these are innocent lives, *humans* with hearts and souls that we cheat out of life. The cruelty of this behavior is unconscionable and unforgivable. One thing is for certain: those innocent souls are back in the arms of God, comforted by His love and grace. Bless their hearts. ~jh
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 10/13/2003
Linda, another gruesome reality that needs a voice. Thank you! It grieves me to no end. I'm sorry.

JC xoxoxoxo
Reviewed by Transcendental Poet (Reader) 10/13/2003
This is so touching Linda..You have addressed a crime being practiced at different levels by different means...You will be stunned to know there are some places doctors are party and the source of this!

Justin
Reviewed by Susan Sparks (Reader) 10/13/2003
Oh Linda: This brought me to tears. I'm so sorry. Very powerful.

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