Confused Daughter - Poem by Solene O'Brien
The confused girl, confused daughter
Met a prince online and they loved each other
But her past stains the idea
Her past really stains the idea.
Chocolate is desperate for him, honey says he'll have a place for her
And she doesn't know how to break it to them
Sometime in two years she'll be living with him.
She wanted something warm and moving
The sound of a guy, so true and soothing
An adventure she will say
It's an adventure she will say.
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