a poem for today, 14 December 2012

a poem for today, 14 December 2012
[a syllable sorted sonnet of two sentences and its image]

Voluntary chemical or surgical castration has been in practice in many countries—reports are available from American and European countries in particular for over eighty years (chemical for circa thirty)—as an option for treatment for people who have broken laws of a sexual nature, allowing them to return to the community from otherwise lengthy detentions.
Life is full of thorns, and I know of no better remedy than to cultivate one's garden.

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