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What Men Wear

Stomachs cunningly strapped in tight, By armory hidden out of sight, Women all dressed up in finery, Mood enhanced by cups of winery, Perfumed feet wrapped in candy heels, A prayer against blisters, wheals, Faces redrawn like works of art, … Continue reading

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Skin Colour

Hot summer’s day, beach is full, Having fun, seems general rule, People sunbathing, lying oiled, From pink to red bodies boiled, Trying to get the perfect suntan, As dark a brown as they can, The accessory to summer fashion, Rays … Continue reading

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Fashioning A New Career

How hard could it be to make a dress, Just sewing some fabric more or less, And so began my career in fashion, With lots of gusto, lots of passion, And my first creation looked great, Even better if I … Continue reading

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The Facebook Photo

Clicked computer camera, reviewed, A photo of me, a little bit skewed, Quality was poor, but it would do, Functional for them to see who, Them, those in the land of Facebook, Who are posting, searching and like to look, … Continue reading

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Short Changed

First jobs after school for minimum wage, At clothes shops, which are all of the rage, They work hard, on their feet, standing all day, All part of wearing fashion, so it is okay, They iron the garments and clean … Continue reading

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Who’s looking

I glanced at the paper’s photo of the reality star, Looking fabulously plastic out of her car, Ignored in this picture was a friend or a maid, Who carried an umbrella, had come to her aid, This other person’s coat … Continue reading

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Are We All Media Shaped Women

What has she done to her face, It’s different, oh what a disgrace, Has she had it surgically tweaked, To before her youth teetered and peaked, The star denied, the star did blush, She wanted it all to be hush … Continue reading

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