Treasure Island

James Bredin

(1933 / Ennis Canada)

A SINNER... DEC 5TH,2012


A SINNER … DEC 5TH,2012

BY

JAMES BREDIN


Why can't we get death-with-dignity from our politicians?
Are they too busy in their high political positions?
Should we even care as we approach the time of our deaths?
And the times when we eventually take our last breathe?




Have the churches pronounced DWD to be a mortal sin?
How can we counteract this so that we can win-win?
Did poor Sue Rodriguez get a slap in the face before she died?
That Insite drug-addict clinic in Vancouver; who did decide?




Why is all this, such an untouchable political affair?
Do the churches have more rights because they say some prayers?
Is it possible that reading these poems could be a sin?
We need binding referendums but where do we begin?

DEC 5TH,2012

Submitted: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
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