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A Woman's Right to Choose
A woman’s decision to choose should Never have been a matter for the courts A woman knows, for her, what is best to do When facing the realities of last resorts. No pregnancy is possible without a p**is Will the courts now make a ruling on its use? Or simply remove the woman’s freedoms, While letting the man continue to abuse? Sadly, now, some woman cannot determine Something that will affect their whole life Because a few “men of renown” who lied To gain position, are now promoting strife. The decision to abolish Roe vs Wade Must not stand; it is morally reprehensible, What happens now to the unwanted children? Obviously, the courts are not very sensible! Collection of cells trumping living tragedies Unwanted children who will struggle to exist, While women’s rights are trampled in mud Pro-life and pro-choice cannot even co-exist. Written June 27, 2022 #45 on Best New Poems List Poetry Soup July 20, 2022
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