Vaccinations: Poem

Ode to National Infant Immunization Week:   Stick It

I actually don’t mind green eggs and ham.
It’s vaccines I don’t like, Uncle Sam.

Too many children have paid the price 
for harmful and deceptive immunization advice.

There is more to health than preventing infections
with dozens of toxic and dangerous injections. 

You purposefully ignore all of the parents’ cries
that autism, asthma and diabetes continue to rise. 

Since the word “safe” implies “free from harm”,
I’ll choose what’s injected into my child’s arm.

I do not want them up my nose, 
or spliced into my potatoes. 

I will not drink them in a glass. 
I will not let you stick my @$$. 

I do not want them for any reason
not even in your “worst” flu season. 

For decades now you’ve been trying to hide, 
the dangers of mercury and formaldehyde. 

You won’t do the research to try to explain
why vaccines sometime ruin a developing brain. 

Yet you tell us to just say no to drugs,
but if we question a shot you act like thugs.

Are injected monkey and fetal cells really healthy?
Or are they part of the scam that makes drug companies wealthy? 

When you ‘all lay down tonight to say your prayers,
please include all the vaccine victims listed in VAERs. 

By Ana Phylaxis


4 thoughts on “Vaccinations: Poem

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  3. Absolutely, I am clapping my hands numb right now. I swear I feel relief finding this site. I am in a HUGE fight with my fiance’s mother and grandmother right now over my choice to not vaccinate my daughter and I have been so depressed about it all week. I have certainly not thought about changing my mind but it hurts to know that people who are supposed to be family hate me because I am making the right choice for my child. It’s relieving to find a place where people agree with my decision, and I LOVE the poem!!

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