Conception - Poem by Saint Eule
Where had the idea been conceived?
To blame the woman for a man deceived.
Where had the fault been lain today,
On the women who cheated or the men who play.
Who should be stoned to death the women or the man,
The Lord said, he who is without sin, throw the stone,
was the plan.
When a woman is accused,
Is she really guilty or being abused.
The judgement is really a deception,
Is it the idea or the woman that brings conception.
Not all are conceived in an idea thought just,
Some are conceived in uncontrolled act of lust.
Deception is cruel and can hurt in the end,
but Conception should never be punished my friend.
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