Non Denominational
by Robert Tustin


I went to a wedding today
Where both grooms were exquisite
As two Kens in tuxes could be,

And while I watched then look
Longingly at one another,
In that brief moment

After the rings
And before the kiss,
I heard a blond debutant

In the back pew lament,
"If only I could find
A woman like either one of them!”






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