Robert Edgar Burns

Rookie (02/14/1953 / Dunedin, Florida)

ABORTIONS ARE IMMORAL


(An Acrostic Form Of Poetry)

Another word for murder
Bringing vicious acts to babies in wombs.
Of women and doctors in sterile clinics,
Relating to acts by irresponsible people
To bring fresh lives to a sudden doom.
It sickens me to know such people,
Of immoral and unrighteous ways,
Never thinking first of the little children,
Since it was them who opened their legs.

A perverted mindset struck our nation.
Religion told 'Stay out of law! '
Everyone who believes in this practice -

Is brainwashed with such total gall.
Millions have vanished over the decades.
Maybe some brilliant minds have been erased.
Of obstacles to this mass murder,
Religion has simply been replaced.
A curse is now on our nation.
Little victims show pain on their face.

Submitted: Thursday, April 12, 2012

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