Sex Ban - Poem by Tom Higgins
When I was born in nineteen fifty four,
there were a few less or maybe a few more,
than two and a half billion alive on Earth.
Fifty eight years later I can't believe what I heard,
that world population back then was only a third,
of the number of people living here today,
all occupying the lands of this planet.
I think if I was dictator of Earth for a day,
then sexual intercourse, I would ban it!
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