Wanted, Unwanted? Poem#1207

Careless passions when released
Mindless pleasures are then pleased
The fruit breeds responsibility
It's the lifetime care of a baby.

Some may say he is unwanted,
Just an accident they created,
But in the end he will be begging
For solutions to his needing.

None to blame, none to answer?
It's no fault of the child either!
If he dies from human hunger
No use in the pointing of the finger.

Man must think and so act wise
Of cause and effect, birth and demise,
So if he does the act he wanted,
The result can never be 'unwanted.'

All Rights Reserved~~~Cynthia Buhain-Baello~~`04.25.14

by Cynthia BuhainBaello

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