allegory symbol darkness death evil revenge justice abortion madness women
despite the fact that Google translationis made of cherry woodI really liked your poetry
Thank you very much, Natasha.
Hi Hilary, i hope you have been well. i read this poem about the horrors of abortion, men who didn’t want the responsibility of their children, just consented as well, to kill their unborn. Then, there comes a day for everything, that it comes back to haunt us, the wicked deeds, are always waiting at the door. This is a very strong, and somber poem. Your writing is powerful, and provocative, and one has to stop, at least for the moment the words pour forth from your pen, to breathe, and take in the incisive words, if they cut, they cut, and if one bleeds, one bleeds, but your work is brave. I commend you on your courage to speak out on behalf on those who cannot, the unborn. Thank-you. May Jesus Christ bless you, Hilary. In-Christ’s Love, your friend, matty
Thanks, Matty. By the way, I wrote to you on 27th Jan. Did you get my mail?
Many thanks for the feature, RR.
oh my this is so lovely i so hope for the day all the wicked deeds will not go unpunished the sooner the better
Amen to that…
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