Treasure Island

Tom Higgins


If Left To Think For Oneself.

The seed of the Jewish man,
Swims frantically towards its goal,
To be united with that Muslim egg,
To unite in the creation of a soul,
A human child that is the same,
As any other on the Earth,
Until it is born, when begins the daft game,
From the moment of its birth.
This child is a Muslim says the mother,
No it is a Jew says the dad,
If the child had a say would it not think of other,
Than these two choices, both sad?

Tom Higgins 06/12/2012

Submitted: Friday, December 07, 2012
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  • Tom Higgins (12/7/2012 2:35:00 PM)

    Thanks for reading my poem Mr Bloody- Shaw! I think along these lines about the world, I hate the stupidity which drives the greed. (Report) Reply

  • George Bernard-bloody-shaw (12/7/2012 2:16:00 PM)

    A deep and worthy poem. It epitomises the way of the world. Those two adults should do as the child would - allow a choice. Labelling is something we do in this world, unfortunately. A well-thought-out poem. I'd like to know your personal views, Tom.
    George. (Report) Reply

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