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A Foetus To Its Mother

Posted by DeadAngelLover22 from Cardiff - Published on 08/11/2011 at 09:43
4 comments » - Tagged as Creative Writing

  • foetus

Mummy please don't kill me
I don't want to die
Even though I'm going to make you cry
You created me so please don't lie
I cannot see you
But I am snug inside
Every day I hear your heart beating
Its thumping rhythm sends me to sleep
Mummy I love the food you eat
I can't wait to be with you on the outside
Can you feel me when I move?
Mummy I know I wasn't planned
But please mummy don't ever forget
I am yours like no one else
Now don't betray me
Don't let them flush me out
I love you and you love me
Mummy please don't kill me.

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Info  Health  Sexual Health  Pregnancy

Info  Family & Relationships  Separation and Loss  Death

Organisations  Taff Housing : Ty Enfys Mother and Baby Supported Project

Organisations  Cardiff and Vale University Health Board – Family Planning Department

IMAGE: foetus by Leo Reynolds

4 CommentsPost a comment



Commented 54 months ago - 10th November 2011 - 10:39am

I really like this peice, and it makes me wonder if an un born baby has thoughts like these?



Commented 54 months ago - 10th November 2011 - 12:20pm

Probably not.



Commented 54 months ago - 16th November 2011 - 17:12pm

If I may be devil's advocate here: there is more to life than a beating heart.



Commented 54 months ago - 9th December 2011 - 03:18am

Very interesting comments :) thank you

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