Prosecutor John Guy spoke softly and in a poetic tone he talked to the jurors about the human heart. 

"What was in Trayvon Martin's heart?" Guy said. "Fear."

"Isn't that every child's worst nightmare, to be followed on the way home in the dark by a stranger?"

"If there was a window into that man's soul," Guy said. "It were the words that came out of his mouth."

"If he [Zimmerman] really wanted the police to get Trayvon Martin, he would have stayed in his car...and waited for the police."

"In the end, this case is not about standing your ground," Guy said. "It is about staying in your car."