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On Abortion
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TITLE (EDIT)
On Abortion
DESCRIPTION
My guttural reaction when I watched a documentary on abortion in school.
[113 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Crime
AUTHOR
Avis
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[August 2006]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (12)
Blood & Tears (Poetry) Love is not sunshine and roses. Love is dark, deep, twisted, cruel, euphoric agony. A mortal woman speaks of her love for a Vampire. [283 words] [Romance]
Charmed (Poetry) A poem which got itself written for man who stole a girl's heart. [243 words] [Romance]
God? (Poetry) - [110 words] [Spiritual]
I Met Him For The Last Time (Short Stories) Narrative monologue. I think the title speaks for itself. [1,096 words] [Relationships]
Maybe... (Poetry) A Bold, Brave poem which reveals it all and yet coyly admits nothing. [354 words] [Romance]
Medical-Shedical (Short Stories) Narration of annual general medical exam. [1,548 words] [Humor]
Miss You (Poetry) A love letter expressing the pangs of being away from a lover. [210 words] [Romance]
Our First Meeting (Genres) My thoughts of our first meeting. [648 words] [Romance]
Sea (Poetry) My first poem, wrote it when I was 15. Am pretty embarassed abt the amateur style. [145 words] [Nature]
The Wedding Reception (Short Stories) - [1,893 words] [Humor]
Verse In Whimsy (Poetry) Verse written in a whimsical mood. [56 words] [Fantasy]
Withoutyou (Poetry) - [150 words] [Erotic]
On Abortion
Avis


On Abortion

Today Iíve seen violence, merciless and cruel
A tiny babe torn limb from limb, in a bloody pool

Today Iíve heard a silent scream in an agony of mute appeal
An innocent infant crushed alive, with no thought or feel

Today a vulnerable victim of manís misdeeds
Has been wrenched and torn alive
Has never had the air to breathe
Or even taste the flavour of life

Today, a hypodermic, so healing in its powers
Is being used to shrink life dead
within a matter of hours

Today, the creator of life Ė the sacred womb
Is being so soiled and degraded, to make a messy tomb

Today it is happening
Today it is real
The tears on my cheeks bear testimony
That manís an un-condemned criminal

 

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"Brings back memories. Superb, shocking, vivid. Innocence shattered by reality. You must keep writing. " -- Suz, Sharjah, UAE.
"this gives voice to the millions of unborn children aborted over the years. This is truly a wonderful piece and a potential piece!" -- e. rocco caldwell.
"ERC. Thank u. Sir, your appreciation means a lot to me. The documentary horrified me. I shudder when I think of it even today, 15 yrs later. " -- Avis.
"Great poem, since carries in it a strong message, which every individual literate or illliterate needs to read and understand. Way to go Avis, even if 10 people reading your poem decide against abortion, trust me that would be a big difference!!" -- Jitendra Pande.
"Abortion - A topic which is so much spoken about and yet has been treated as just one of those not so happy things - ur poem helps to bring out the pain and agony of the aborted fetus. The use of words like merciless, torn, bloody, cruel, etc., bring out what we all tend to forget... the life of the unborn fetus. As an individual in favor of women and against female foeticide i am very happy that u have taken the initiative to bring out the fact that abortion is not something interesting but something that causes pain and agony... and we need to make more people aware of the fact... So Keep up the good work." -- Sharon.
"Hi Avis,JRB here. I've just come across this poem and it's truly unbelievable. The lines roll with strength that is moving and almost disturbing at the same time. It proves that like me, you have a natural passion for writing. Hugely impressive. Keep it up Avis!" -- Jack.
"Should I call this a beautiful poem?I don't think I can relate the term abortion with beautiful.The usage of the words and the message it conveys is very strong.Keep going.." -- Abu, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2004 Avis
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 2004
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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