Poetry by David Martin
There once was a shepherd who was obsessed with inclusion;
Who abetted world planners in their cause of intrusion.
He cared not that killers would pillage the nation,
And behead those who live for their Christian oblation.
In the face of abortion and a world in deep crisis,
He chose rather to mourn the wall against ISIS.
Saying, ‘this is the worst since the Second World War,’
Yet expressed no concern for the dangers offshore.
He said, ‘bar not the migrants, let’s open our borders,’
but expressed no concern for the encroaching disorders
Of murder, mayhem, and death to a nation,
that Jihads would wage through the curse of migration.
Invasion it is, there are few refugees on this train:
For many of these travelers do seek Allah’s gain.
We’ve seen it in Germany, Sweden, and France:
Will Rome be the next to be pierced with a lance?
The shepherd still says that all religions seek peace,
Yet the Quran makes clear the plan for our demise,
Saying, “Kill, and slay them, wherever you find them!”
Why is Rome’s shepherd seeking their asylum?