Tamara Moir

Rookie (22/03/1991 / Brisbane)

No Justice - Poem by Tamara Moir

A woman once met a man
And in an instant they were in love
He was handsome and she was gorgeous
They had so much fun together
Went to the movies and had romantic dinners
They had one night of to much fun
And two weeks later, the woman found out…
She was pregnant to the man
When she told him, she thought he would be kind and loving
But instead he went crazy, and left the woman
She cried for so many weeks after
Not long after, the woman found another man
Who loved her and would take care of her and her unborn child
But the first man came back and when he found out about the second man
He kicked her in the stomach, and she lost the baby
The man was not charged, and walked free
While the mother of the unborn child was destroyed
Her child was murdered and the world said they couldn’t help her
Well that’s justice for you
Who knows how many other women will loose there baby to a man like him
No justice for the unborn or non-privileged people…

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Comments about No Justice by Tamara Moir

  • (11/20/2005 5:51:00 AM)

    Oh, no, Oh, no-no justice. the feeling of being in love sometimes isn't what it really is sometimes when we meet someone and especially when it happens so fast like a fairy tale. Sometimes so fast that we don't really know the person as well as as we thought....He came back now, I wonder why to admit he was wrong or had a change of heart, but still he showned again he wasn't part of the fairy tale, or the person you felt in love with-the only loving thing was the man who came along and accept that woman for who she was and was willing to take care not only her but that which was a part of her-No justice-but there will be.....there will be. It is the justice that we can't see right now-because we never escape wrong no matter how long it takes- Thanks for sharing -well written....and touching. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 19, 2005

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