bah. whatever.


Useful


enmity
comes naturally
settles upon my form

a robe
all elegant-like
and prettily deformed

i hide in my house like furniture
useful as a drawer
here we put the things
we don't have need of anymore








Poetry by StillHoppin The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2013-05-03 at 03:31

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The poem is great, but "bah, whatever" is brilliant.
2013-05-12


Rob Graber
Great rhythm, great imagery. I think I can see her in her robe... I love the incongruous "all elegant-like / and prettily deformed" and "i hide in my house like furniture"--wonderful lines to say, hear, and think. Bravo!
2013-05-03


Chaucer Whethers The PoetBay support member heart!
Bah?
Your furniture don't sound sheepish.
Is it armoire?
Oh Bah like Bah be lawn maybe.
2013-05-03


Ivan R
Such a great way in the poem, what it says, it says, but the flow of it all is so great
2013-05-03



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2013-05-03