Sir T.A.E.P.S


Letter From An Unborn Child - Poem by Sir T.A.E.P.S

With every moment I keep on tossing and turning
Not because my heart keeps yearning for more,
But rather, because my heart is burning
From the fear of reality

I never asked to be here but if it keeps on raining
I guess I might as well keep building these walls,
Walls that trap me, for in them I hope to find protection
Because the last time I listened I heard thunder crack
Or maybe it was jus you, screaming and banging

Dear momma

I don't know how to say it so I thought I'd write you a letter

It's been 9 months long, actually let me say a ‘really long 9 months' because I ‘v been sitting in this dark corner thinking about my life and maybe that's why ct scans show me suckling on my little thumb.

Things have been going well since my conception and I really can't wait to show you how much I've grown. I got really cute small eyes, hair so smooth and beauty so true I could say I'm just like you but,1 thing really scares me because when I come out I'd never want to be like him. He raped you and shamed you yet they let him through. If the world so corrupt I never do want to come through.

Anyhow how is Amanda I heard she was born two weeks ago and her so much even though the doctor said that she would never be able to walk. And just in case you wondering how I know, I'm always listening when you gossip. I'm sorry to hear that your friend had a miscarriage but how did they expect little Ben to survive if every night momma was getting tossed, turned and thrown, being beaten by some drunkard of a man. But I guess he's smiling down on me, serving with Lilly by the King's throne up in heaven.

Above all, mom I just want to thank because even though your sister aborted Lilly saying that she was just another teenager's mistake you still loved me and kept me safe. Moreover I just want to thank God for a mom just like you and now as He walks to light at the end of the tunnel I know I'm worth more than people will ever tell me, be it friends or family for I know He'll keep us true.

Yours with love

A letter from your unborn child


Poet's Notes about The Poem

sometimes we take life for granted because we have it, sometimes we live it but never know our own value. if a little child waiting to be born were asked about the meaning of life what would they say?

Comments about Letter From An Unborn Child by Sir T.A.E.P.S

  • Valerie Dohren (8/22/2012 2:53:00 PM)

    This is so lovely, a very inspired write and so novel. I guess each unborn would have something different to say, the possibilities are endless. (Report)Reply

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  • (7/21/2012 9:11:00 AM)

    Like the idea, and the prose/poetry structure of this poem, good work (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 21, 2012



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