HE SHOPS, HE DANCES, AND HE DECORATES

He shops, he dances, and he decorates
He gossips, limp-wristed, with mincing step
He does all the things that a Real Man hates
And he does them with style and verve and pep
His classmates pummelled him in study hall
His preacher swears that his hooves are cloven
His father tried hard to teach him baseball
His mother frets the lack of grandchildren
Change his behavior, society tried
Everything he does goes against the grain
But something inside him vitally cried:
"I'll live my essence in spite of the pain!"
    What motivates him is biology
    A force that trumps your sociology.
© 2004 by Michael J. Farrand
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