Refused Defense – Childhood – A Reflection

These little reflections Refused Defense and Childhood were authored by Akiane kramarik between the ages of 7-11 in her book titled My Dream Is Bigger Than I – Memories of Tomorrow – Part Six Page 225 “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.”

The featured image I choose for this reflection is silly me with a caption of my new song that I sang on you tube…Titled Hey Jolene inspired by Dolly Parton’s song titled Jolene but not the same my message is different and is for the many secure happy couples out there who care not about the likes of Jolene whose beauty could never tear their sacred bond apart…The Jolene’s of the world who are indeed very lovely can do whatever the hell they please as far as I’m concerned after all I just made my declaration of independence and as such I do not need a man to be whole to be woman…I shout from the roof tops Hey Jolene I don’t have to beg you not to take my man just cause ya can cause oh! snap! I don’t have a man and I don’t need a man to be whole…Also there are many strong couples in our world who deserve credit for being pillars of society raising their children in a devoted faithful and faith filled union that the likes of Jolene could never ever destroy…My newest song called Hey Jolene is for couples like that including my own parents who despite serious problems stayed together in marriage and never had an affair…I sing that song from the perspective of a feisty Irish woman because many Irish women are very strong and very bold and also very secure and do not need to beg other women not to take their men…So for all the feisty strong Irish women in the world including my own beloved feisty Irish Mammy this Hey Jolene song is for you…I will now quote from Akiane’s reflections…Leaving out the opening part I quote Akiane’s Refused Defense – “Embracing the counselor of Justice I inhabit the fortress of refused defense”…Wow very profound…I will quote the last sentence of Akiane’s Childhood reflection- “in an unfenced dense woodland” – In that sentence Akiane describes the terrible truth that no fence or hedge of protection exists in our laws and policies to protect both unborn and born children from vile child abuse and suffering cruel and merciless tortures and deaths as evidenced by vile murderous contraceptive devices and abortions as well as the vast child abuses cases so rampant these days…Also when father’s and mothers neglect their children and when a husband and wife strays and has affairs this removes the protective fence that is so needed for raising children…I hope my Hey Jolene inspires others and I think Dolly Parton is amazing she is one of my very favorite performers…I dedicate this post to Dolly Parton and thank you Dolly Parton for inspiring me to sing my Hey Jolene song and well done because no Jolene ever stole your devoted husband whom I am certain would not consider leaving you for any Jolene in the world…Also thank you Dolly Parton for your free children’s book program…A program I participated in as a poverty stricken single mother…Books that my baby boy enjoyed for at least three years including Dr. Seuss books…………Namaste…………

…………..Hey Jolene – A song for all the strong happy couples out there…………