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For What Good is Life

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For what good is life,
If one must kill,
In order,
To preserve it?

Like lilies of the field,
We cut them down,
In order to preserve,
Their charm.

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The folly of believing,
That one,
Can exist,
Without the other.

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That one's breathing in,
Can be maintained,
In the absence of another,
Breathing out.

That breath,
Is not,
A gift,
From God.

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Recklessly denying,
That in killing our foe,
We have chosen death,
Rather than life.

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Doug Soderstrom is a retired Professor of Psychology having taught for forty-two years at the college level. He was a columnist for the Populist Party of America ( discontinued) and has been a feature writer for (more...)

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