This is powerful and so is the subtext, dear D. A compelling thought that moved me to tears. I am prolife and always have been. Roe vs. Wade is our nation's downfall, not anything worthwhile or to be esteemed. We have put more innocent babies to death my this means than the total of the Spanish flu pandemic or the total of World War II. It's a call to return to love and to the God who made us all.
Sending you my best today as always and best wishes for the contest,
This poem, A Spiritual Drought, addresses the perceived lack of spiritual brotherhood called on to allow that one man would give his life for someone else. The notes get into the weeds about abortion, which seems to be toe-nailed into the thrust of the general theme. The question is one we have to individually answer, right?
Comment Written 25-Mar-2020
reply by the author on 25-Mar-2020
Hi ,Bill thanks so much for reading and reviewing. I'm not sure if your question at the end is asking if the right to end a life is ours, or to our individual discretion? To that , I'd say a most definite "No", as per God's Manual for us. blessings to you