I believe in the constitution, and that it does enshrine,
My right to be able to protect myself, and mine,
And that in order that I can so do,
I can own any gun that I want to.
So if I want to have ten automatics,
That's absolutely fine, despite the fanatics,
Who live with us, quietly, until the day,
They have chosen to make our children pay,
For all of society's insults, real or perceived,
That growing up amongst us, they feel they received,
And so off they go to the local school,
With their legal weapons loaded, they feel oh so cool.
Because why they did it will remain a mystery,
But they and their deeds will go down in history,
And again, and again, it will be repeated,
But our pro-gun lobby will never be defeated,
Because our Founding Fathers gave me the right,
To always have the means to fight,
And properly protect myself and my family,
Against every threat that I can possibly see.
But what happens when there is no warning?
Another bloody slaughter, on another school morning.
Tom Higgins 26/12/2012
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem