My Unborn Child

Poem By Joseph Caraveo

Please forgive me, my unborn child
I was just a boy, foolish and wild
I wonder who you’d be today
Would you have my eyes, my smile, my face
I think about you, choices I made
Full of guilt
Not even a grave
A little boy, I played my hand
I will see you one day…..
A brand new man

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