James McLain

Gold Star - 40,646 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

Yes To Syrian Refugees - Poem by James McLain

Without becoming a Gun toting police state
in Florida
where I live, it already is.
In the U.S.
most if not all criminals plan their crimes
with the expectation of getting away
with what they've done.
In the U.S.
over thirty five thousand people every year
take their own lives
many first take the life of a loved one
dying of cancer
in the U.S. it is called a murder, suicide.
Taking their own life as to being sent to prison
for what is left of their short lives,
such backward thinking to death really is.
What if just fifty of these people choose to
kill as many people as they could because so many
corrupt politicians will not address such a
basic fundamental question.
The issue is not can someone from outside the
U.S. come in and kill U.S.
The question every hard heart, without Cristian values
and their inaility to lead what should be.
Why would a sound mind being when in possession
of a healthy body be
forced to live in hopeless poverty be expected to see, being
subjected to the corrupt politicians who claim to be.
Christians whom just like I.S.I.S. would keep the rest of U.S.
without progress to live in their own minds their stone age.
Their endless need of having advanced technology to kill
as many of U.S. if they feel threatened by outside thinking.
When they banned from the library
of mice and men and of course the catcher in the rye.
While claiming to be in possession of those of whom
would allow this his bread and of blood wine their blessing.
An open heart and being of sound judgement, grace, healthy minds
should prevail and decree that ignorance can never be
part of such as those their final Solution.

Topic(s) of this poem: green

Comments about Yes To Syrian Refugees by James McLain

  • Kelly Kurt (11/17/2015 7:47:00 PM)

    I do not plan to die randomly. It is my right to choose the time, place and circumstance. I will! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

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