I'm Sorry Mommy
I wish I could of met you before you gave me up. Whatever I did must have been pretty terrible for you not to look at me as the doctor carried my lifeless body away from you. I’m sorry I made you cry. Maybe it was a good thing you got rid of me now so I could never cause you pain again. I hope one day when you pass you will want to see me, but by the looks of things it does not appear to be so. I’m sorry I’m this thing in which you call a mistake. Even though I have not met you I love you mommy and I hope one day you will love me too.
unborn baby girl
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