It Takes Little To Be A Dad, But Everything To Be A Father

"I'm pregnant."

All blame, all focus, is on the father who might be absent,


Could stay around but he doesn't.

And when he does, he gets special judgment.

A mother is expected to stick around,

Unrewarded, uncrowned.

But when the daddy is unwound,

On the rebound,

He's dismissed without a sound.

It takes little to be a mom, everything to be a mother.

The one that’s given no credit for sticking around forever.

Let me ask you this, and I want an answer:

Men get more credit for being a father than a woman a mother, where’s the error?

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