My Still Daughter

Poem By LoKis White

My Still Daughter
It shouldn't take my DNA for me to be your father.
Everyone can still believe blood is thicker than water.
Should I love you less because than I do my other two?
Haven't I loved you from you were four and still do?
It is right any man can give DNA but I am your father.
All I know without my DNA you are still my daughter.

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