bah. whatever.


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

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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.

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!

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

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