Anonymous - Poem by gershon hepner
“Sperm donors cannot be anonymous, ”
declares the California Court Supreme.
The father of the sperm, eponymous,
derived from products of a daywet dream,
ejaculated into tubes and frozen
in liquid nitrogen and left to freeze,
and like the Israelites by God then chosen
to fertilize fair females for high fees,
must leave the closet, genie of the sperm
that once united with the mother’s ovum
by mechanisms that make Cupid squirm,
since donors of the mothers do not love ’em.
A dream deliberately wet and sticky
may be productive but for sperm whose donors
have been held up in banks life may be tricky
when hand-produced by donor who are loners.
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