Childs Plea - Poem by louis rams
You wanted to satisfy your sexual need
And in my mother you planted your seed
And because of this I was conceived.
You both said that it was a mistake
Nine months later is much too late.
For each action there is a counter action
A price that must be paid.
But both of you are walking away.
Your ten minutes of lust created me
Which is something I can not see.
If you used protection from the start
You would not have to break my heart.
Now I must pay the price
And for a child that’s not nice.
So turn and walk away you two
For I don’t want anything to do with you.
You don’t know what it is for me
To be rejected by my family.
My tears I know will dry
But I am dead inside.
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