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Thanks to supporter Aart Blokhuis for sharing this poem, told from the perspective of the little one whose life and future are so often ignored or discounted.   You Can't See Me   You can't see me, but I am, Everything as much as you, Like a pearl inside a clam, Hard...

A beautiful poem about the development and unfolding beauty of new life, written by Tanya Terpstra.   Today, Another Day   Today I began, just a wee little thing You don’t know I’m around, your little offspring I’m really so small, but all of me is here My genetic makeup already so...

  How Fearfully, How Wonderfully Made   How fearfully, how wonderfully made! Beyond a shadow, or a shade, Human, in every function, every way, My Lord, my God! With my own DNA.   He formed and nurtured me, at every stage! My life is written on His page, Made me with purpose, yes indeed From first...

  Have you seen your ultrasound, With your own two eyes? Was it not incredible? After you heard their lies?   They told you it was nothing “A little thing, don't fear. It's something we do all the time, And you'll be in the clear.   Just come, don't think about it, And soon you will forget...

Who's A Hero? Based on a report in The Interim, Page 6, November 2015 by Lianne Laurence. Where is a hero found today? Why, Linda Gibbons, I would say. While you sit in your easy chair Pontificating, life's not fair. A judge has sentenced! Without fail, Such crimes committed call for jail, For...

            You'll Speak For Me?             Please speak for me! I have no voice. My only option is mom's choice! And therefore it's to you I give The right to speak, so I might live, Appeal to mom, plead with her, “Why Would you consider I should die?”   “Unseen, and yet my...

Who Are We? A zygote's an example of man's earliest stage on earth, Made human in every regard so has inherent worth, Truly alive and living, yet at an early station, Sum total of nerves, cells, blood, flesh. Life's early incarnation. These facts are irrefutable, God's Law is indisputable, Men cannot...

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