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A Mother’s Plea
by Ernest Dempsey
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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'A Mother's Plea' is a mother's apprehensive concern over giving birth in a world teaming with violence and conflict. It is part of my first poetry book 'Islands of Illusion' (World Audience Publishers, NYC, 2007).

‘No worries,’ I say, seeing her fear
She nods in wavering confidence
Her eyes speak for her six months
A time of first conception in life
The sacred bulge of a sleeping being
Yet unborn to this waking world
Looks an angel’s worldly dome
Bearing heaven’s gift to earth
I tell her so and she replies
‘Two souls when breathe in one body
Parting them by birth is crime
Let me keep my child in me
Lying warm and safe in sleep
Let us bring the world to peace
To pride myself on the crime of birth.’

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Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 1/29/2008
The beauty of conception is framed in your words.

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