Post by John on Jun 15, 2023 13:37:45 GMT -5
I created this to rebut those at another message board that seemed to be unhappy every time an abortion didn't happen because there are now laws in place preventing it.
"I am a healthy unborn baby, nestled comfortably in my mother's womb, eagerly awaiting the day when I will enter the world. I have heard muffled sounds of laughter, music, and conversation from the outside, and I can't wait to join the world and experience it all for myself. I am filled with hope and excitement for the future.
But as the days go by, I begin to sense something is wrong. I feel a growing unease, as if the world outside is moving further away from me, instead of drawing closer. And then, suddenly, I understand.
I am going to be murdered.
The thought is almost too much to bear. I have not yet had the chance to experience the world, to feel the sun on my face or the wind in my hair. I have not heard the sound of my own voice or felt the embrace of my mother's arms. I have not yet had the chance to live.
Tears fill my eyes as I realize that my future has been stolen from me. I am filled with a sense of overwhelming loss, as if I have already died.
I wish I could scream, to beg for mercy, to plead for my life. But I am helpless, trapped inside my mother's womb with no way to escape.
And then, suddenly, the whole world goes dark. I feel a sharp pain, and then nothing. I am gone.
As my tiny body is torn apart and discarded, I am filled with a sense of profound sadness. I will never know what could have been, what I could have accomplished, what I could have become.
I am just another statistic, another life cut short before it had a chance to begin. And I am left to wonder, in the silence of death, if anyone will ever mourn my passing."