Restricting Walls

She sits in her hospital room with her latest news growing in her.

Unwantedly there from a night blocked from mind.

Everything she tried to remember was just a big blur.

 

She is faced with a great decision now, is all that she can concur.

Everyone she saw said, “You shouldn’t have gone out on a night of that kind.”

She sits in her hospital room with her latest judgement growing in her.

 

She sits waiting as the police record what she can remember and they start to infer.

They weren’t opinion free as their gazes were judgement-lined.

Everything she tried to remember was just a big blur.

 

Abortion is no more because of a very kind sir.

Which affects her as she doesn’t want to be reminded of a night that should be left behind.

She sits in her hospital room with her latest regret growing in her.

 

This law restricted her and the child’s path would change if it were with her or another.

She thinks that hopefully her view of the night will be realigned.

Everything she tried to remember was just a big blur.

 

She stared at the white walls hoping some magic would occur.

Either the law changes or her feelings of the night become refined.

She sits in her hospital room with her latest news growing in her.

Everything she tried to remember was just a big blur.

 

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