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Below is a poem by Kevin Higgins, written following recent reports that pregnant women who are at risk of suicide, will need to be assessed by a panel of six doctors before being allowed to undergo an abortion in Ireland.   “The Fine Gael health minister proposes a panel of two obstetricians and four psychiatrists – one of whom must be a perinatal psychiatrist – to asses a woman who is seeking an abortion on the grounds of suicide ideation…there are only three perinatal psychiatrists in the country” The Sunday Times, April 21 ,2013.  

Any woman of child bearing hips,

unfortunate enough to find herself

alive on the patch of weeds between Muff

and Kilmuckridge, or Skibbereen

and Hackballs Cross, must,

to have her baby/babies

legally abhorted , obtain, before she kills her

self, without bribery or offer of

sexual favours, the signatures

of six former members

of the Irish National Liberation Army;

six personal friends of Shane Ross;

six random guys shouting

obscenities in the street;

six women from Barna

who thought Michael D’s speech

last week to the European Parliament

was absolutely marvellous;

six Sean Nós dancers in residence

at accredited universities,

six plumbers who’ll definitely be there

first thing Tuesday morning,

six Dutch guys from Doolin

who make their own clogs, or

six ex-members of the pop group

Six.

 

Kevin Higgins

namaleaks

THE TRUTH IS COMING....

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