Outside Themselves – A Reflection

This poem titled Outside Themselves was authored by Akiane kramarik at age 11 in her book titled My Dream Is Bigger Than I – Memories of Tomorrow – Part Four Page 185 “You will need your own copy of this book to view the full text of this poem.  I limit quotes for the purpose of discussion and to follow copyright guidelines that allows for limited quotes.”

This poem Outside Themselves consists of three stanzas with six lines each…The featured image I choose for this reflection is…My own newborn baby boy taken the day he was born…I choose this photograph because sadly today unborn babies like my son have been reduced to nothing but a chemical an opinion to be destroyed by the whim of minds and hearts…Legalized abortion makes it all too easy for women to demand abortion or to be forced or pressured into having unwanted abortions which goes on all the time…I myself felt great pressure and was also pressured to have an abortion from the vile lost western world that loves to hate decency…Children are decent the unborn child is decent regardless of how that child is conceived the unborn child does not deserve the cruel and merciless torture of abortion on demand…I will now quote from Akiane’s poem…Leaving out the first two stanzas I will quote the last stanza…”Having given up their sight wild eyes seek the true light that does not spoil—Only inside it can they live outside themselves where the wonder is never over”. The unborn child cannot live outside itself and newborn babies cannot survive and live outside themselves…The human child comes into this world completely helpless and tis true the unborn child is a burden for a time…But look at the wonders that come with raising children…Unborn children birthed into the world often become amazing adults…Even if they do not become amazing adults and are dismal failures in life…The unborn child should have it’s basic fundamental right to life protected at all times…The birds of the air have more fundamental rights these days than the human child…I wrote a song titled I’m Just A Chemical that I sang in five languages including English…This song was inspired in me by the rock group 21 pilots’ song titled Chlorine…This song is my mystical song a mystical voice or lamentation for the unborn child who has been reduced to nothing but a chemical a bunch of cells a blob of tissue to be destroyed on the whim of minds and hearts…Thank you for following and reading my blog…Kindly join me in a solemn moment of silence for the monumental deaths of billions of unborn boys and girls around the world whose untimely deaths were never properly mourned or acknowledged by fallen mankind…………Namaste…………