Please stop all this fussing,
And keep your body
We all must sometimes
A rather jagged pill.
In nine months, just like humans,
A baby you will birth.
I don't want any sobbing,
As I remove him from this earth.
I don't want you calling
Day after night after day.
Your bellows will be futile,
Your calf has gone away.
He is cold and lonely somewhere.
Crying baby tears.
But that is not your problem
This will go on for years.
You will stand
in fetid stables,
Your udders at your feet.
You will endure hours of torture,
Every time we meet.
With metal at your belly,
Your milk will be sucked away.
Fluid meant for a child
You lost that
Your days will fill with sorrow, Misery and pain.
Each day will become much harder,
And you will go insane.
And one day when you're scarcely
A teen in human years,
Your legs will collapse beneath you,
And your eyes will fill with tears.
You will be dragged off as useless.
A casualty of the trade.
Not even a single thank you,
For the years of milk you gave.
And as you hang suspended, Struggling at every breath.
You will finally receive some comfort,
In The sweet release of death.