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    Joanna retched and bent over the toilet bowl.
    The pain and nausea twisted her stomach
    until she couldn’t breathe. The stuff came up
    and burst out, all yellow and slimy and tasting
    of bile. She knew more was coming, so she sat
    on the bathroom floor waiting. In the interval,
    the door banged and her mother’s voice asked
    her to open up. Seconds later, she was
    standing over her, a look of anger on her face.
    She had just begun feeling the wrenching of
    her gullet when suddenly her mother gave her
    a resounding slap. It was the trigger for
    another outburst of her stomach’s contents.
    When she rose her mother was waiting for her.
    “Whose child is it?”
    “What do you mean?” This time the tears were
    not held back. She began sobbing quietly.
    “What do I mean? I am not stupid. Don’t you
    think I know morning sickness when I see it?
    I’ve heard you throwing up all over my toilet
    for the last two days. You have been
    complaining of being sick for three months.
    Now tell me, whose baby is it?”
    “But mum I’m a vir…”
    There was more retching and throwing up.
    When she was done, she kept heaving but
    nothing would come out. Sobs gushed out of
    her as her mother glared at her in anger.
    “All this time I thought I was raising a
    daughter and instead I have a w.hore in the
    house! Those tears will not help you. Tell me
    who the father is before I beat it out of you”
    “Don’t you mum me! I was not there when
    that baby was made. Do you expect me to be
    the proud grandmother of an illegitimate
    child? And who do you think will pay for that
    child’s upkeep? What do you think the
    neighbors are going to say of me? Do you
    think I can walk into church with my head up
    anymore? I will make you regret every second
    of that day you decided to bring shame on me!
    You will pay for every ounce of embarrassment
    I shall suffer!”
    “MUM!” She was screaming now. “I’m not
    “Don’t you dare! Its bad enough you spread
    your legs for every man, now you look me in
    the eye and lie? Pack your things. I want you
    and that bastard out of my house.”
    “But mum… I…”
    “Nothing. I want you to leave in the next
    30minutes or I will throw you out like a dog.”
    Joanna was left crying as her other walked
    away without a backward glance. She was in
    too much pain to move but she knew her
    mother. If she did not willingly leave she
    would be thrown out. She dragged herself to
    her room and packed her things slowly. A dull
    pain was going through her but she ignored it.
    She had 10 minutes left and her mother was
    already yelling for her to get out.
    She couldn’t believe this was happening. She
    wasn’t pregnant, but her mother would never
    believe her. The pain increased and she
    screamed out for her mother. Her mother came to the door but was unmoved.
    “Stop that acting. Get out.”
    “Mum help me!” she cried clutching her
    tummy as she fell to the ground.
    Her mother simply watched her, yelling about
    how it would be good if she lost that b.astard.
    She didn’t want an illegitimate child.
    Joann cried and said a prayer for God to
    forgive her mother as she felt the life get
    s.ucked out of her. Her mother was unmoved,
    to her the bastard was dad and so was her
    s--t of her daughter. All was right in the world
    because she would not be embarrassed by a

    Days later, the autopsy results were in. her
    mother had ranted about a pregnancy and the
    doctor had to set the record straight. The
    doctor was brief. He had learnt from
    experience that it was best to give this sort of
    news in the fewest words possible. He broke it
    down into simple layman’s terms.
    “Your daughter was not pregnant. She had
    ovarian cysts, they raptured and she bled out
    when they raptured. If she had gotten to
    hospital in time, we could have saved her.”
    Joanna mother sat there I shock. Her baby
    had told her the truth. She had let her baby
    die for nothing. Tears ran down her face as
    she thought of the last thing her daughter saw
    as she died; her other with a look of hate
    cursing her. She had failed as a mother and a
    human being. Joanna’s death was all her

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    Etz d’bramo
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    what a lesson

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    Etz d’bramo
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    so touching.
    we should always keep calm nd treat every situation in a steady manner…
    she caused her daughter’s death by her hot temper..
    so sad

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    Stupid mum

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    Even if she was truly pregnant, she doesn’t deserve that from her mum

    The mum is going to live the rest of her life in guilt

    Throwing up doesn’t even mean someone is pregnant

    She should have at least try to confirm if her daughter was truly pregnant before behaving that way

    Now the poor girl is dead

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    We should always seek the solution of sumtin be4 jumping around

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    Henry Sanctus
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    speechless to all mothers nd dose who dream to b one learn hw to control ur temper handle all situation with care. don’t jump into conclusion without listening. rip Joanna

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    Jonna’s Mum Is Such A Shame To Womanhood….How Can U Conclude That Ur Daughter Is Pregnant Just Because Of Early Morning Sickness….

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