James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

STEPHEN OR JUSTIN... JULY 2ND,2013 Poem by James Bredin


The Tories said that Justin was in deep over his head,
And the Tory establishment claimed that we all could be misled,
And death-with-dignity will not be mentioned by either or discussed,
So neither Justin or Stephen are going to cause a fuss.




But Justin was there in the Pride Parade with all the others,
Strange world out there with all those Liberal sisters and brothers,
Celebrating with Ontario lesbian premier Ms Wynne,
Are we missing something here as they all seem to smile and grin?




Of course Stephen Harper will be staying as prime minister,
And DWD will come with Pauline in Quebec as administer,
But each province should put it in their own Health Plan,
In some way that the Canadian Supreme Court can’t ban.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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STEPHEN OR JUSTIN … JULY 2ND 2013
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JAMES BREDIN

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