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I wrote this poem when I was pregnant wtih my birthson. I had it professionally done in calligraphy and framed. The A-mom cried when I gave it to her. To this day, over 15 years later, it's still hanging on his bedroom wall.
My child you are my flesh and blood,
Your life has barely begun.
You live deep inside my womb,
where our two hearts beat as one.
You were planted as a tiny seed,
your soul from the heavens above.
You're a beautiful flower about to bloom,
and your sunshine is my love.
I've asked the Lord for his guiding hand,
to help me along the way,
In deciding what is best for you,
to insure your life is gay.
I hope you never hate me,
for what I feel that I must do,
and please don't think, the reason's that
I never had love for you.
I've chosen two special people,
to be your mom and dad.
They can give you all the wonderful things
I only wish I had.
They've offered you their love through me
They're very kind and caring
They have a home of peace and security
of family love and sharing.
Believe me, if things were different,
you'd stay with me forever.
But in my heart I'll always love you
although we're not together.
So if one day, you're feeling lonely,
maybe sad and quite unsure,
believe in that special bond between us,
that bond is strong and pure.
I wrote this poem when I was 5 months preggo. It wasn't written for my birth daughter. It was written about the choice of adoption. The Gladney Center actually posted this on their site without my permission... they put that it was by "an anonymous birth mother" But it was by me... I don't mind at all. I just wish they would've put my name.. laugh.gif
The thoughts of truth enter my vicious mind.
And my first thoughts . . .
The warmth of my heart showed through my smile,
as I entered the cruel world of pain.
My childish thoughts soon became responsible ones,
as I chose adoption.
The thought of my child in a warm, responsible, loving home, comforted me.
My love never lost.
Deep inside always a mother,
and deep inside and outside I'll always love.
A precious child deserves the best a mother can give them.
is the best.