Abortion Poem by Teens

Poem About My Baby And Abortion

I wrote this on what I went through in May 2013. Talking about the baby I would have, could have had. But I got scared and I lost her. This is about how that happened and how I feel about it.

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I was 16 years old and clueless about life. I was a girl who never had any mistakes in my parents eyes. When I found out I was pregnant and my baby's dad didn't want anything to do with it,...

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My Baby

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Published: February 2014

I hear it crying in the night,
Even though it's not really there.
I killed my baby,
An innocent life,
Before anyone knew she was there.
Before anyone could stop me,
Before anyone could care

I didn't know what I was doing,
I was acting without thinking.
I wasn't ready for a baby.
I didn't know what I was seeking.

I killed my baby girl,
I didn't know what else to do.
She will never enter this world,
She'll never know what I knew.

I'm sorry my baby
Just know mommy loves you.
I wasn't ready for a child,
It's nothing against you.

I love you my baby,
My sweet beautiful girl.
If I could have kept you,
You would have been my whole world.

Just know mommy loves you,
You'll be safer where you are.
I pray that you forgive me,
Watch out for me from afar.

I love you my baby,
Just the way you would have been,
Just the way you are.

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  • Janet by Janet
  • 4 years ago

I was 16 years old and clueless about life. I was a girl who never had any mistakes in my parents eyes. When I found out I was pregnant and my baby's dad didn't want anything to do with it, I felt alone and betrayed. My life was about to fall apart, I loved my baby and at the same time I hated myself. Then I decided to abort her. Since that time I had sleepless nights and I regret every moment of letting her go, if I would have know how hard it would be, I would have kept herĀ .

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