Inevitable - Poem by Stanley Cooper
When sperm go on their journeys, it's inevitably inevitable
At journey's end they'll find some eggs, receptively, quite pregnable
The formers of those sperm are usually quite glad
The invasion of those eggs will make them each a dad
But nine months goes on forever, or so it seems to them
In the minds of all those future dads, it causes much mayhem
Nine months to all those anxious lads goes on for all eternity
Their waiting time has earned it's name, 'From Here To Their Paternity'
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