Treasure Island

Zachary Zuccaro

(November 9,1989 / Tennessee)

Abortion (1-6)


Abortion #1

Watch them
slaughter
the child
and
'dispose'
of it.



Abortion #2

A life snuffed out
before it can begin.

No chance to love,
to grow, to learn
to live;

no chance to do anything.

A life
just created
and destroyed.



Abortion #3

A quick flow of blood
a tiny corpse.

A baby murdered,
it's mother leaves the clinic
continuing to live her life
unlike her child.



Abortion #4

Tears
dropp from Heaven
as another child is murdered.

A soul without a name
unwanted by its own mother,
robbed of its right to live.

I pray for you.



Abortion #5

As you go to get your abortion
remember that at this moment
you are alive
and able to kill your child
because your mother
did not choose
to abort you.



Abortion #6

Abortion
is not murder
any more
than shooting a little baby
in the back of the head
is murder.

Submitted: Thursday, June 07, 2012

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