Incubator Cockerel - Poem by Philo Yan
A handsome cockerel to be sure.
Came out of an incubator?
you don't say!
That's so cool way.
So a pet he shall stay
or served after the Entre'?
Of course he is a pet,
Or else, your son will be sad.
Like a father to the son,
From an egg he was born.
And to love with all his heart,
Never bear to be apart.
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