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Syria, Drop Your Sword

Its a foetus, from a ripped up womb,
A mother swims in her blood, gone,
It's a foetus.

Flies like craws, and worms
Would feast, and dance
Flies like craws.

A neighbour is laughing
Your sword, cause of your wound festering
A neighbour is laughing.

The universe not ours, belongs to a deity,
Carcasses, haunt, elusive is homely,
The universe not ours.

In whose command do you slaughter?
Abandon your sword, make no more slaughter.
In whose command?

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Vesta Violate: American Abortion

One third sociology sage
would have been.
One third astute artist
could have been.

Sometimes mote grey
is evergreen.
Sometimes virile life
is never seen.

Sporadic patches
spindrift in dust
spermatic batches
sponge splatter must.

Mystic life mucus
mutilate spatial time.
Nefarious Nemesis
needle nescient agnostic mind.

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Mask

Hope - twisted image seen through mental mask,
Accepted self-delusion counterfeit,
Perhaps to help man’s conscience counter fate,
Perhaps to tint the rainboy. Many ask
In disarray the question 'What joys last? '
Now, the Present - an elastic date, -
Extends until it snaps, while 'soon' is late.
So little time remains till we are 'Past'.
Some think themselves a mirage, say their task
Allotted compensating former state
Misguided - yet in times when troubles spate
A help for blind from foetus to the cask.
So though some cling to crutch, to token creeds,
Karmic beliefs as such seem broken reeds.

21 November 1991 revised 20 December 2006
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for previous version entitled Happiness a Mask see below

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Charles Baudelaire

Châtiment De L'Orgueil (The Punishment of Pride)

En ces temps merveilleux où la Théologie
Fleurit avec le plus de sève et d'énergie,
On raconte qu'un jour un docteur des plus grands,
— Après avoir forcé les coeurs indifférents;
Les avoir remués dans leurs profondeurs noires;
Après avoir franchi vers les célestes gloires
Des chemins singuliers à lui-même inconnus,
Où les purs Esprits seuls peut-être étaient venus, —
Comme un homme monté trop haut, pris de panique,
S'écria, transporté d'un orgueil satanique:
«Jésus, petit Jésus! je t'ai poussé bien haut!
Mais, si j'avais voulu t'attaquer au défaut
De l'armure, ta honte égalerait ta gloire,
Et tu ne serais plus qu'un foetus dérisoire!»

Immédiatement sa raison s'en alla.
L'éclat de ce soleil d'un crêpe se voila
Tout le chaos roula dans cette intelligence,
Temple autrefois vivant, plein d'ordre et d'opulence,
Sous les plafonds duquel tant de pompe avait lui.

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Explorations: XXVII

When body feels
As if stood by
Flames touching sky

When body feels
As if wound by
A serpent spewing fire

Paralyzed and helpless
I writhe and curl myself
Into a helpless foetus...

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From the Banks of Ganga XI

This morning
The elements gathered me
A miniscule of their reflection

Ganga flew past me
Like a bird in hasty flight

In those flowing waters
I moved
A foetus in her womb!

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Hatch

Hatch the egg offered above the shelf,
Inside, the foetus is maiming itself.
Help it - one more will be orchestral,
Like a person who is minstrel,
As many as a group of heavenly children
Who grasp their path to the age of eleven.

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Mankind is cursed by its own law.

One couple ended their life,
without an issue.
The other couple spent in vain
To end without an issue.
How dear a birth is!

One was taken to ransom
for having impregnated a house maid.
A spinster aborted her foetus.
How unwanted the birth is!

Man made law and nature made law
are at logger heads.
05.07.2001, Pkd

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Unknown Tablets

The lady got pregnant because of you!
But you gave her some unknown tablets to swallow;
And, inserted something into her private part to abort the foetus,
However, this illegal abortion led to her death! !
Yes, you've killed today!
A mother and the unborn child;
And to terminate the three-month-old pregnancy was the case.

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Women kill men in their sport.

When love at first instant is turned down,
it is a foetus death, painless.
When it is admitted and thrown out,
it is an infantile death, painful.
When it is grown and left barren,
it is an adulthood death, much painful.
When love is built but then split,
It is a death by accident, pain unbearable.
Why does not woman understand it?
26.12.2000, Pmdi

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