James Bredin

(1933 / Ennis Canada)

DEATH WITH DIGNITY PLEASE... DEC 13TH,2013


Death with Dignity Please... DEC 13TH,2013
By
James Bredin

People in Quebec had a big debate about quality death,
They had one in Toronto too but few knew it might be a threat,
If the State of Oregon has Death with Dignity; why can’t we?
And Holland and Switzerland too are also be devotees.



Dying is often done in great misery, anxiety and pain,
Never mentioned from the pulpit or any political campaign,
Not politically correct and never mentioned in fear,
Religions oppose these ideas and want them to disappear.



You can’t control your destiny at the end of your life,
The religious elites emphasise that there can be no strife,
If you behave and believe all their rules and regulations,
You can die screaming in pain but there are no complications.



DEC 13TH,2013

Submitted: Friday, December 13, 2013

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