TO BEGET A CHILD AND TO FORGET

Gracious as the mother could feast her eyes upon something so preciousBut as the father was apathetic of the thought of fatherhood the vehement thought of engendering didn't precipitate a rush of bloodAnd before the daughter was conceived he disowned his position And to the structure of the child's  flourishing would make a transition But as the child's self-respect for herself dwindled in the winds of remorse She was caressed by the warmth of the doctor at birth Than the father she would of desired to be with her since her first day on earth

This poem is about: 
My family

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