STOP HIM

Please tell me you will stop him
He is devoid of any emotion
Children taken from their parents
Hearts are being broken.

Babies crying, toddlers screaming
They want to see their mothers
Stripped out of their loving arms
Put in a room with all the others.

Caging children… like animals
Mothers contained and standing trial
Promised they will see their kids
In just a little while.

Reality they are charged and sent back
Back to their homes
They leave behind their children
Who are left here on their own.

Gangs and rapists wait for them
They’re welcomed with open arms
They left their homes because of fear
The fear of being harmed.

Death sentences for those who flee
Who’ve tried to get away
Leaving their children parentless
So trump can get his way.

What has become of human rights?
We are being governed by a demon
Someone please stop this madness
Open your eyes, look up and see him.

See this guy for what he is
A brutal, cruel and evil monster
Capable of taking children
Away from their pleading mothers.

We’ve got to save the children
We’ve got to come together
Reunite them with their mothers
Take care of one another.

Zero tolerance is what he says
I say stop putting up with him
Condoning what he’s doing
Is immoral, it’s a sin.

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Image from Google Images: independent.co.uk

Author: Patty Richardson

Writer: Film scripts, poetry, short stories.

12 thoughts on “STOP HIM”

  1. They even have the nerve to call them ‘shelters.’ And it’s part of an ‘initiative’ as oppose to a policy. All for their own protection…
    Meanwhile the UK government is failing to publicly condemn the policy, and will no doubt roll out the red carpet for him when he comes to visit.

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  2. Well said!.. the destiny of Trump, family, supporters and the judgement of the human race about them is “is written in stone”.. no amount of rhetoric by Trump and supporters will alter that.. ๐Ÿ™‚ there is hope that the world can undue and stop the harm done by Trump but, unfortunately, only time has a chance to sooth the hurt and feelings of the children and the mothers….

    โ€œIโ€™ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feelโ€ Maya Angelou

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