Megan Fox has opened up about her heartbreak after suffering a miscarriage with her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly.
The actor, 37, discussed her experience of pregnancy loss in her new book of poetry titled Pretty Boys Are Poisonous.
She poured her emotions into the moving verses while touching on some of the most challenging times of her life.
One describes how she suffered a miscarriage when she was just over two months pregnant with her fiancé MGK's child.
The poignant poem says: "There is an ultrasound by your side of the bed. 10 weeks and 1 day. Maybe if you hadn't... maybe if i had..."
In another piece, she discusses her complex emotions following the tragedy.
Megan wrote: "I want to hold your hand / hear your laugh, but now / I have to say / goodbye."
Another line reads: "'I close my eyes and imagine holding you tight against my chest as they rip you from my insides."
"I will pay any price," Megan added. "Tell me please / what is the ransom / for her soul?"
MGK - real name Colson Baker - had dedicated his 2022 Billboard Music Awards performance of his song Twin Flame to Megan and their 'unborn child'.
The pop-punk ballad also features the sound of a heartbeat towards the end, before he sings the lyrics: "Go to sleep, I'll see you in my dreams. This changes everything, now I have to set you free."
She explained her experience as a mum did little to prepare her for the heartbreak of a miscarriage during an interview on Good Morning America on 7 November.
The Transformers star said: "I've never been through anything like that in my life.
"I have three kids, so it was very difficult for both of us and it sent us on a very wild journey together and separately...trying to navigate, ‘What does this mean?' and 'Why did this happen?'"
Megan explained he was the one who inspired her to write a poetry book.
She said: "It was something inside of me that had to come out or else it was going to make me sick.
"Some of it is definitely a metaphor. None of it is what I would say fictional. Those are all real life experiences that I had."Featured Image Credit: Dimitrios Kambounis via Getty Lester Cohen via Getty