Born a Poet, a Musician

I was born a poet,
Wind whipping around the cold
Minnesota morning,
Great Aunts and Grandparents
Cigars and taxi drivers,
They came and saw
A large pink girl,
With rosy cheeks in a bassinet
And her father declared her
His little musician.

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