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A Letter From An Aborted Child.

Dear Mum
I have decided to talk to you, to let you know my feelings. I
want to know why you did it. My story is short. I have stayed
inside you for only three months. I was very comfortable and
warm. I felt
really protected. I know you are a special person because I
ate the food you ate. I longed for the day I would see your
face. Nine months was a long time to wait, but I was
determined to wait. I had to be patient. One day I heard you
converse with a man
about me, and at some stage you quarreled. The man then
offered you some money to get rid of
me. I was happy and prayed that this meant that I would at
least see you, the only person
that I knew in the world: I was wrong. I had almost forgotten
the issues until I felt something
sharp pierce my tiny ear. I jerked silently and in pain, and
asked you to protect me. Seconds later the object came,
fiercer than
before. My tiny was cut up, starting from the ears then
arms and legs. It was an agonizing
experience, my head was then cut off and I died.
It took me a whole hour to die, a whole hour for an innocent
three months human being to be
murdered. I remember the whole
incidence vividly and I keep asking myself, what I did to
that cruel death? Why me? Why did you do it to me? And why
was I not given a chance to live? I know you are having a lot
of nightmares. You remain guilty for
the beastly act. Please explain to your God why you
committed the
heinous act.
Personally I have forgiven you
though I never lived to see your face. My journey to
back to my creator was safe and I arrived safely. I was given
a red carpet welcome by an angel. I
am in fact, without bitterness.
I still love you mum.

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