Messiah – Handel ( 3 ) https://t.co/yN8LiquG21
— Bärenhüter (@bb26506) December 21, 2016
— Rob Hattersley (@robhattersley) December 11, 2016
Love and Life
I may not be a famous man,
Or one who makes a hero’s plans.
I do not have a Ph.D.
Or Pulitzers in poetry.
But still I see some trouble here
(I want to be exact and clear);
I see great evil in the land,
Corruption hard to understand.
They’re killing babies left and right,
And I’m opposed with all my might.
A baby has the right to live,
To grow and laugh, to cry and give.
A baby isn’t just a rag
To toss into a bloody bag.
A baby’s us, she’s you and me,
With head and heart, with thumbs and knees.
When zygotes form within their wombs,
God forbid those wombs be tombs.
God says those lives must thrive and grow,
To see the worlds of sun and snow,
To lie upon their mothers’ breasts,
To learn and play, to work and rest.
To take those lives is no small crime,
A Holocaust that taints our time.
Soon the Lord will cast His pall:
May He have mercy on us all.
I’m old enough to remember when leftists used to be concerned about giant multinational media corporations manufacturing consent. Also when leftists loved Russia for being communist, rather than hating it for being nationalistic and Christian.