Pseudocyesis

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December 20, 2010 by The Citron Review

By Emma Eden Ramos

 

I began to grow nervous when it didn’t kick. “Psst,” I whispered, hand on my swelling belly. “You there?”

I tried everything, but no movement shook my little one from it’s prenatal slumber.
“Must be bored,” husband joked.

We readied ourselves for the first ultrasound. “Ma’am?” I heard the nurse whisper, before blacking out.

 

Emma Eden Ramos is a student and writer in New York City. Her fiction has appeared in BlazeVOX, The StoryTeller Tymes and The Legendary. She also has pieces forthcoming in Yellow Mama and Down in the Dirt Magazine.

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2 thoughts on “Pseudocyesis

  1. Patty Vennes says:

    This is a great piece of flash, really wonderful in so few words.

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