by Cheyenne   Oct 11, 2012

I lost that one thing that means more to me then anyone ive ever known,
That one thing i love more then anything ive ever owned.
That precious life,
That i'll never get the chance to meet.
Those tiny feet,
That i'll never get to tickle.
Or the little hands,
That i'll never get to hold.
Those beautiful eyes that ill never get to see.
Or the gorgeous face ill never get to kiss.
I wait for the day that you'll be born,
The day i get to hold you in my arms.
The day i find out if your my little prince charming or my darling princess.
But knowing that day will never come,
Brings tears to my eyes, and pain all over.
Knowing that day will never come is torture,
More torture then ive ever felt before.


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  • 5 years ago

    by Cheyenne

    Thanks everybody for the comments.
    No this poem isn't about me, I personally didn't go through it but someone close to me did and seeing the affect it had on them I created this poem.

  • 5 years ago

    by Autuumnbree

    First I would like to commend you for touching on a meaningful subject.

    I really hope that you personally haven't had to experience the pain of an abortion or those feelings of what might been due to having abortions. I know I comment before and stated that I am against abortions but in some circumstances such rape or incest I understand but still don't like the thought of a innocent child being murder.

    Thought provoking write, I also agree with the other comments here this poem is written better.

  • 5 years ago

    by Michael D Nalley

    This poen delivered( no pun intended) the sadness and depression shared makes these words somewhat powerful 5/5

  • 5 years ago

    by Love Fallacy

    Good write. This is very emotional and serious all together. I can't imagine having to make this choice, and after reading this i would never want to.

  • 6 years ago

    by Formidable Muse

    This is so sad, abortion is a terrible thing. If you had to go through this I'm really sorry ):
    The poem is lovely though.