A Walk In The Rain With Trayvon Martin

The following is posted with the permission of the writer.

Thank you, Vashati.

A Walk In the Rain

Posted on 10/06/2013, in Justice For Trayvon, Trayvon Martin and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Xena,

    A very touching poem, it brings out all the emotions, sadness, anger….

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  2. Thank you and Thank Vashati for the poem. Like Dreamer stated, the emotions, the helplessness he must have felt, the fear, it’s all there in those words. In time, there will be Justice found for the killing of this child who wasn’t doing anything wrong. There will also be justice found for those who aided his killer in getting away with Trayvon’s murder. I believe this with all of my heart.

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  3. Well said, and I agree completely. I have always believed that the so-called “confrontation” began with George Zimmerman shoving, knocking down, or slapping away Trayvon’s cellphone. It began with Zimmerman laying his hands on Trayvon in some way or another. Trayvon didn’t have a clue who this man was or why he was attacking him and he never did.

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    • @Liza.

      It began with Zimmerman laying his hands on Trayvon in some way or another.

      Absolutely. Zimmerman got out of his truck for the purpose of catching and physically restraining Trayvon. When he failed to see Trayvon cross the inter-section to the back gate, he began looking for him between those areas and told dispatch to have the cop call him and he would tell him where he was. That would be totally unnecessary had Zimmerman returned to and planned on waiting in his truck.

      Trayvon didn’t have a clue who this man was or why he was attacking him and he never did.

      True.

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