Ima Ryma


Abort Abortion


Abortion is killing of life
Of a human being conceived,
Whether because of love or strife.
Unnatural crime - tiz believed.
The unborn need the most, not least,
Protection from acts of mankind.
All of abortion should be ceased.
There are other answers to find.
Give science incentive to solve
Creating artificial wombs.
Let precious human life evolve.
Give all unborn chances, not tombs.

Unwanted unborn deserve more.
Otherwise what is living for?

Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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  • Rookie - 187 Points Anand Brown (5/28/2014 5:54:00 AM)

    BRILLIANT. I love the use of a fixed rhyme scheme and pattern. I love how this poem is offered as a narrative not just a story. Very well written and to the point! (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 1,390 Points Bill Cantrell (5/8/2014 5:20:00 AM)

    How very true! I love meaningful poems that rhyme with truth. Your poems rhyme and flow and are pleasant to read. (Report) Reply

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