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Charles Harmon


Abortion


Open Up the gates lord
for I'm about to aboard
My baby did nothing wrong
I am trying to me strong
Sometimes I try and Sing
because love for my baby is a powerful thing
The air if getting colder
for every minute that passes my baby is getting older
I dont want to do this
I want to give my baby a kiss
if my baby is a boy
I will have so much Joy
If my baby Is a girl
I will call her my baby pearl
my parents say this baby shall never cry
They say instead it shall and will die
However I've decided to keep this child
I will not kill it like it's wild
Now it's that it's grown inside of me
I've decided to let it be
This baby I WILL take
It was me who made the mistake.

Submitted: Sunday, May 08, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 09, 2011

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