American Wedding, 2011

The bride and the groom appear in traditional garb
As the wedding unfolds with vows, rings, toasts, cake,
And scallops wrapped in bacon.
But when the bride’s handsome father
Dances with his ninety-year old mother
While his Ethiopian-born husband
Dances with the father of the bride’s second wife,
While her very gay and muscular son,
The bearded half brother of the bride,
Dances in a circle
And as the music fades
Falls in a mock swoon
Onto the dance floor
And no one bats an eye
You know you are at an America wedding.