Sacred Clothing

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Suspenders are oblivious

To their importance

They hold shit up

Panties can only be pink once

Bras are too self-involved

Gloves never lay a hand on anything

Belts are for the buttless

Tightening up when uncomfortable

Loosening up after a few drinks

Jock Straps think too much

About Athletic Support

Jeans are multitaskers

With concentration problems

Especially if they’re hugging hips

T-Shirts only want to play

When it’s time for bed

Unless they’re a Pocket Tee

Then they have an identity crisis

Nylons can get along with anyone

Until their toes get stiff

Or their conversation skills sag

Zip ups are perverted ass pinchers

Buttons get too attached

Scarves are spiritual masters

Of Body and Soul, Yin and Yang

Unless they are 100% wool

Jackets are pretenders

to the throne of Coats

Turtlenecks are creepy

Pajamas play hooky

Drink Spanish Coffee

Lay around watching soaps

Ponchos live precariously

If they are fringed

They might be seen at night

But quickly disappear in the day

A blouse is a blouse is a blouse

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35 Responses to Sacred Clothing

  1. That was pretty awesome!

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  2. calensariel says:

    Lordy! I laughed all through that. I don’t know how on earth you come up with such interesting things to write about.

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  3. breakdownchick says:

    Cleverly said!

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  4. SandySays1 says:

    Don’t think you missed a garment in of my humans closets. All seem to have neurosis – maybe that’s why humans are so mentally disturbed – it’s catching. We dogs don’t have such problems since we don’t wear clothes. Maybe you humans should start going naked.

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  5. Der hatten ist fur mich. sorry about that.. ha

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  6. I’d be lost without my belts & many people would be visually assaulted daily when my pants fell down sans my belt especially since I seldom wear panties and despite my best efforts I am one of the “buttless”…

    Hahahaha it’s all true and I enjoyed your post 🙂

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  7. pattyalcala says:

    I loved it from beginning to end. You put a smile on my face. Those pictures are great.

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  8. George says:

    Very clever….nicely done.

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  9. ayeleayele says:

    this made me feel all kinds of emotions . well done . Bravo . amazing 🙂
    i loved it from the beginning to the end .

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  10. Thank you! That truly brought a smile to my face.

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  11. Sundance says:

    Hahah, that was so clever! I loved it! I’ve never really been very good a poetry and I always admire people who are. That was fun.

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  12. Boneweaver (aka pjvj) says:

    Reblogged this on Lean in to Joy (transition priestess, spiritual midwife) and commented:
    REBLOG; love this

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  13. vivachange77 says:

    Great pictures! I love the humor of your poetic imagination. 🙂

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  14. great write; “belts are for the buttless” true as well as poetic. 🙂

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  15. How brilliant! I have never met anyone that has YET to write anything like this on clothings! LOL
    I really love this, Awesome, really!

    Even these first few steps … hahahaha … Awesome! 🙂

    Suspenders are oblivious

    To their importance

    They hold shit up

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  16. Erica Herd says:

    You breathed life into simple garments. Pretty cool. I like pjs best.

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  17. EllieTaylor says:

    This is a really neat style of writing and spectacularly clever. Well done.

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  18. Hahahahah! I read this 3-4 times in a row! Clever, and an easy read…

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  19. Miz_Akwele says:

    ‘Belts are for the buttless’
    ‘A blouse is a blouse is a blouse’

    Those lines killed me!!😂😂😂

    This is beautiful.

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  20. funny and in some twisted way, true. Good pictures too.

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