Confusion Poem by Tom Billsborough

Confusion

Rating: 5.0


Bob's my Auntie now
And Auntie Jayne is John
My sister, Fred, is such a cow
My brother's still called Ron,
Excepting on a Friday
When he has a Lady Day.
As he likes diversity.
Well, there's nothing like a sex change
To shake the family tree!

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Mahtab Bangalee 10 July 2019

all diversity care share no change there are no ex-change of fair s-ex!

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Jane Campion 09 July 2019

Blame political correctness.

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Jane Campion 09 July 2019

We pity those in the future with family trees. Fleas jumping on from everywhere. Me mum is dad and that's sad. I'm glad I have two dads cos they were also both mums.

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Tom Billsborough

Preston Lancashire England
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