Do Not Try To Confuse Me With Your Pearls - Poem by Hebert Logerie
I know the difference between a boy and a girl
I was once a boy, but now I am a man, a real one
With all the accessories bequeathed to me at birth.
Do not try to confuse me, stop flashing your faux pearl
I know the difference between a real and a fake one
That’s a given, we all will die and return to Mother Earth.
If you were born with two bells, you are therefore a boy
However, if, at birth, you did not have them, then you’re a girl
Please do not attempt to confuse me; I love my Mom too much.
We all have a mother, and a father; each with a different toy
Each has a role to play, there’s no need to do a serious research
Most women will wear either a gorgeous white or black pearl.
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