Who actually wins?

Who actually wins?

A Poem by Dawn

The battling blood families
to see their grandkid
going to court,
spending money on
outrageous legal fees.

Dirty laundries air in a courtroom.
All because you fell out
and were not allowed
to see your grandchild

So money talks, inside
a big old building
where the law of the land
decide your fate and the childs.

Times passes, emotions flare,
the child is going from pillar to post.

All because no one could agree.
Poor child or even children.
Growing up in a toxic atmosphere
and bad emotions long high.

Who actually wins long run?

© 2019 Dawn

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You and I both know - no one wins. All that is left is the hurt and in all likelihood it is the children
who will feel the hurt the most.

Take care -Dawn

Posted 1 Year Ago

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NO one wins really, sad really. Nice write

Posted 1 Year Ago

Sadly, no one wins. The child always loses. These situations rarely result in anything positive, except the attorneys’ back account balance. Well said here.

Posted 1 Year Ago

heavy hitting theme Dawn..well said ..reads without a hitch for me ...the pain and insensitivity to innocent children is blaring ...no one wins ...so tragic, too often ... :(

Posted 1 Year Ago

The child loses out. They deserve the love of all grandparents. Grandparents should have rights unless there are exceptional circumstances. A topical write Dawn.


Posted 1 Year Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


1 Year Ago

I agree wholeheartedly with you Chris, sadly no winner, and lost of money spent and emotions used. A.. read more
Christine Anne Shaw

1 Year Ago

Shocking and it is common. Families at war. Children become pawns. Adults need to grow up.
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Added on May 13, 2019
Last Updated on May 13, 2019
Tags: children, grandchildren, families, blood, court, rulings, access



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