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A Letter To My Unborn Child

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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A Letter To My Unborn Child

So quickly you came into our lives,

So quickly torn away.

Never got the chance to meet you.

There’s so much I want to say.

Where there once was joy and happiness,

Now there’s sadness, guilt, and pain.

All these thoughts running through my head,

It’s enough to drive me insane.

Though you lived only eight short weeks,

You were loved so very much.

I wish that I could hold you.

I long to feel your touch.

On that fateful night,

My world was ripped from under my feet.

I pray that in another life

We get the chance to meet.

Kaitlyn
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