"Perhaps some other aeon" as written by Elizabeth Fraser, William Heggie and Robin A. Guthrie....
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Perhaps some other animal
Perhaps some other aeon

A change of head in hole
Oh well, if he shaves his headdress

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I was near when you died at birth
I was near when you were born in death
I've felt the faces within you
It is a more sacred sin then on this list
And on the way there

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"Perhaps Some Other Aeon" as written by Robin A. Guthrie Elizabeth Fraser

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    General Commentthis is liz dealing with her abortion, and the fact that she killed her child. it is not uncommon in post-abortion trauma to have thoughts that maybe that child will somehow be born elsewhere in some other place and time, or exist in some afterlife somewhere.
    'a more sacred sin then on this list' refers to that abortion is truly the worst possible act one can commit. it is the killing of a completely innocent child, who has their entire life taken forever from them, and from you. it makes the woman, designed by to be the protector of the child and bringer of life, into the killer of the child, the taker of life. it is the most self-devastating act a woman can ever do.
    'felt the faces within you' is reference to the many thoughts that follow you the rest of your entire life, post-abortion- about what the child would look like, and what experiences are forever gone, never to be.
    starwhispon May 20, 2006   Link

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