Sean Mitchell | Unborn Cry

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Unborn Cry

by Sean Mitchell

An incredible blend of emotion and spirit, leaving you asking the deepest questions about life and responsibility. An original poetic piece read by the artist, embraced by acoustic guitar. This work of art calls all of us to re-evaluate where life begins.
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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An incredible blend of emotion and spirit.....leaving you asking the deepest questions about life and responsibility.....An original poetic piece, read by the artist.....Embraced by acoustic guitar.....This work of art calls all of us to re-evaluate where life begins.....And the right.....To live.

Unborn Cry was written by Sean Mitchell to create an awareness.
An awareness for those who cannot defend themselves….The unborn.

Sean Mitchell writes about tough issues that have divided nations for years. Abortion is one of those issues. No matter where you might stand on the issue of the unborn, this composition will leave you thinking and challenged.

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