Megan Fox opens up about pregnancy loss in her new poetry book

    The Transformers star bares her soul in her new book, offering readers a deeply personal glimpse into her life.

    Megan Fox (Source: InStyle)

    Megan Fox (Source: InStyle)

    Megan Fox candidly shared her pregnancy loss experience within the pages of her latest poetry collection, "Pretty Boys Are Poisonous," which was released on November 7th by Gallery Books. In this heartfelt and deeply personal work, the actress and mother penned two poignant poems, one documenting her loss at 10 weeks and one day into her pregnancy.

    Poignant Reflections:

    In one of the poems, Megan Fox emotionally expressed the haunting "Maybe if you hadn't..." and "Maybe if I had..." sentiments, revealing the rawness of her emotions.

    In the second poem, she tenderly wrote about the "heartbeat in my womb," yearning to "hold your hand" and cherish the sound of your laughter.

    Continuing her heartfelt narration, she shared her poignant farewell, writing, "But now I have to say goodbye. I close my eyes and imagine holding you tight against my chest, as they wrench you from my insides."

    Unveiling Painful Truths:

    Megan Fox provided insight into the motivation behind these poems, explaining on Instagram, "These poems were written in an attempt to excise the illness that had taken root in me because of my silence." She revealed the burden she carried throughout her life, stating, "I’ve spent my entire life keeping the secrets of men, my body aches from carrying the weight of their sins."

    She went on to express her hope that her words could serve as a source of inspiration for others, saying, "My freedom lives in these pages, and I hope that my words can inspire others to take back their happiness and their identity by using their voice to illuminate what’s been buried, but not forgotten, in the darkness."

    In her poetry, Fox delves into the emotional turmoil of keeping secrets and staying silent, shedding light on the heaviness that had burdened her for so long. With raw and poignant verses, she shares the toll it took on her physically and emotionally.