The Unborn Cry - Poem by Jan Demaggio
My heart beats, you don't care.
I cry you don't hear me.
I hiccup, you don't care.
I move around and stretch. But for your selfish own ways,
You don't care.
"Why!" You got me this far in your womb.
Now because of your selfishness, you don't want me.
I already Love you, "Mommy!"
Can't you care enough to give me life.
So someone in this big world, "Could Love Me!"
After all I'm part of you.
And even though I'm not born yet,
"I do cry unto you!"
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