An Unexpected Daughter
An unexpected daughter came today
In the oh-so regular way
Like mail unflinchingly delivered.
The scent of her delivery
Feminine and obscene;
The bridal veil so flagrantly wasted
On a boastful and brash baby boy
Swaddled in blue linens.
Two pink tender fists stand ready
To smooth masculine kiss.
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