A 'traditional' marriage is
Quickly becoming obsolete.
The Nanny State will mind the biz
Of how human union will meet.
Computers will decide okay
If a certain match should be made
In a lab of who's DNA.
Unneeded will not be okayed.
No more 'marriage' controversy.
The State will pick and choose at will,
Gender and sexuality,
Depending on quotas to fill.
Too soon 'marriage' will be a crime,
Ashes of once upon a time.
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