The following paragraph was written by Kerry Kellogg as the intro to her English III Research Paper. It brought tears to my eyes…I’m so proud of her!
You are surrounded by warmth. Red light is dimly illuminating your small little home. It’s a tight fit, you’re squished inside there, but you love it. You can hear them talking outside. You kick with delight as you hear her. She has the sweetest voice. Gravity shifts and the world around you moves as she does, but you’re still comfortable. You almost never want to come out of your warm, bubbly home. You don’t know what they’re saying but you trust it’s good just because she’s talking. She loves you. Or so you thought. Suddenly you feel a pinch. Something cold and hard grabs you and you have no way to get away from it. You flinch and wish you could scream out to her to save you, but you can’t. Then a sharp pain shoots through your body. You’re jerked and twisted as that foreign “thing” grabs you’re ankle and twists. SNAP. You are slowly torn limb from limb. You’re last little thoughts are why? Why didn’t you save me, mommy? Why didn’t she save me? What happened to you also happens to millions of unborn babies year round. An unborn baby’s biggest danger is their mother. The one who is supposed to protect them, love them, and raise them, kills them before they have a chance. Abortion is murder and cannot be tolerated.