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I Want To Live
by Peter Paton
Thursday, June 08, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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" There was a star danced, and under that was I born.
--William Shakespeare
.....................................................................


 

I am safe, warm and secure within the sac of life

growing and expanding in the watery fluids

the cord of sustenance links me to the source

and my heartbeat is steady and strong


 

the gift of conception fertilized with love 

the nucleus of development in complete perfection

I can move and kick my way around

inside this shady place, my temporary home


 

I know I am loved, for that's why I am here

created by the creator in wondrous form

my destiny is to be born, in due time

and that will be the moment, that I draw my first breath

 

I'll sing a joyous song, that a new day will dawn

when the unborn child will have their rights restored

and just remember before you pull that cord

that you were once here, where I reside

 

Copyright by Peter Paton 2006
 
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Reviewed by April Smith 6/20/2006
This is beautiful...the miracle of life! Thanks for sharing, April
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*® 6/9/2006
Dear Peter,

You give a quiet yet powerful voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. Bless you.

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 6/9/2006
What if the seed was not fertilized with love?
What if it was feritilized with rape and hate?
What about my mummy?

love and peace
Reviewed by Nicoletta Poulakida (Reader) 6/9/2006
Indeed as Robert said, an important reminder,
Cheers
Nicoletta
Reviewed by jude forese 6/8/2006
an important reminder to protect the unborn ...
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 6/8/2006
A compelling and genuine tribute to life from the perspective of the unborn,"the nucleus of development in complete perfection...created by the creator in wondrous form"... Magnificent phrases,powerful message.
Taylor



Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/8/2006
A great statement on behalf of those yet unborn and waiting there turn to explore the world.

Fee
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/8/2006
Quite a poece of indepth poetry, Peter. I liked this because your tone was exactly right, you sspeak for the ones that cannot sopeak for themselves. Three cheers. Hear, hear. Bravo!
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 6/8/2006
Awesome exposure for life and the reason to love. I am an advocate for the living and the right to be born to this earth. This is touching.
Thank you for writing this Peter.
Susan
Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 6/8/2006
Awesome appeal for the right to be born. Great write, Peter.
Reviewed by Jennifer Croy 6/8/2006
Peter, lol excellent poem written by you. I love the flow of your work on I want to live. And thank you on your reviews on my work. I hope I have what it takes to become an excellent writer one day. I wrote a book to be published for children "Delaphina the dancing ballerina" I hope readers will like it. Jen
Reviewed by L. Figgins 6/8/2006
I've lost many a babe. I know the shadow cast by their absence. I have learned the sacredness of life and this is a wondrous write, Peter. But what would you say to a nine-year old girl who was a victim of incest and pregnant? A chronically ill woman who would die carrying a child? Would you allow a woman's embryo growing in a fallopian tube to continue to grow and kill her? What of a mentally challenged woman victimized by rape? These are the questions that plague my mind. With respect...

Lin
Reviewed by bluecornflower orangetiger 6/8/2006
nice. Mary
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 6/8/2006
Peter, that is a wonderful expression in the protection of life, never seen it done better,
B&R
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 6/8/2006
((((Powerful sentiments, Peter )))

I feel extremly proud to say all life whether it's in the womb or born is SACRED.... All life feels, all life see's, all life dreams for a better life... We are the miracles God has made. My prayers have always been to support the life of the unborn, they are the most innocent ones. And so I pray a day comes soon where all life will be safe by law in every state. Your a true humanitarian for justice for God's children..Your rewards in Heaven are so many Peter...Keep teaching truth, justice, divinity and social causes for peace on mother earth.

Peace & Love, Dove
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/8/2006
Thank you for sharing this ode to the preciousness of life, Peter. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/8/2006
Oh Lord Peter!

What a powerful call to remember the delicate fields from which we all sprung.

Bcause of these heinous acts, done in the name of mammon and free will, there will be a reckoning someday for all the wanton death of the innocents.

This was very touching and, I imagine, deeply felt in the penning.

Richard
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 6/8/2006
That's so sweet and so true.

Janny xoxoxo
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 6/8/2006
The most glorious and far-reaching dedication to LIFE and the SANCTITY OF LIFE, that I have come across, Peter Paton! You are such a born leader. Like The Christ, I Praise God YOU were born unto us, my Valiant Crusader! BE SAFE OUT THERE! love ~ rhonda
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/8/2006
Amen, Peter,

What a powerful, compelling poem! Thank you on behalf of the unborn, who have no voice in the matter. You and Michelle Kidwell can change the world with writes like this; well done! The last stanza particularly effective.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.



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