Kristin Nicole RothDavis
Twins - Poem by Kristin Nicole RothDavis
You're both growing inside me,
Not knowing what's to come,
I pray you're both healthy and strong like your father,
Unlike me, for I am weak and ill.
Some would wonder why I even bother,
Some even say this could end my own life.
Maybe they are right, hopefully they are all wrong,
All I can say is my love for you both is growing strong!
All my life I've had to fight for what I love,
I want to decorate your room with doves,
Representing everything I believe in;
Harmony, peace and true love!
You'll never know the true sadness your father and I felt,
When they told us, giving you two life may be a burden on my own.
We could never live happily with the guilt of abortion....
One thing I am certain,
You'll always have one another
Raised by your loving father!
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