How sweet, how difficult their birth
brought home, adored, unbundled,
shrink-wrapped, received with joy,
kissed and caressed and fondled –
These lost abandoned children,
shadows of former selves
now left without a second glance
alone, unread on loveless shelves.
Michael Warren
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