A wardrobe full of branded clothes,
Still mummy's gift on her birthday will always be the daughter's favourite dress.
“Honey, let me fix that -
You've got your perfidious smile buttoned up all wrong
I couldn't remove her lipstick from your shirt,
Unfortunately it's on your heartless sleeve
This is your last tie, don't cut this one as well
Refrain from wearing these pants again, just give it to her
Maybe that way she'll stay out of yours
And here's your socks, your feet has been cold for a while now
Put on your new shoes, I hope it fits,
Since you can't place yourself in my shoes
I wiped your glasses this morning,
Maybe that way your wandering eyes won't mistake her for me
Your integrity is in the last drawer of your wardrobe
It's been in there for a while now
Oh, and I see your watch is broken
Maybe that's why you don't have time for me
Don't forget your coat of sympathy on your way out
I put a bit of empathy in its pockets
There, now you're all dressed to succumb to sin
Have a lovely day, honey” ~ Demi.M Potts
For the adulters: Imagine you're on your way to work and your wife recites this poem.
now that the duchess of Sussex
has been incorporated into the
she must wear regulation tights
which will make her legs
before she wed Harry she'd show
an excessive bit of shin
this is no longer possible at garden
parties inside the palace's
a strict dress code was imposed
on every component of
for queen Betty wants Meghan
properly decked out to
we can expect more formal kit
being part of her
when she travels around the world
representing England's finest
People can say anything about you.
Wage wars with you.
But when the shoe's on the other foot,
They decide they don't like the wardrobe.
Look and try you best
If I am ever lost,
Fear not, for I am either
Lurking in the shadows where the derelict live,
In a suit of fire so the cold and desperate flock toward me.
Or on the twilight streets,
My skirt made of the first twinkling stars swishing about my knees,
Bearing silent witness to the belligerent noise.
I may also be in the meadow outside town
Flaunting the crown of butterflies that the fairies made for me,
As I played with them for as long as the moon hung in the sky.
If I am there and you do not know,
For I did not tell you
Because I would like to escape the straightjacket of my home.
Find the beautiful in the ordinary.
I need clothes
My old clothes
I wear these
My new clothes
I need money
Brand new wardrobe
— The End —