Thursday, May 13, 2010

Writers Workshop-Le Brassiere

Mama's Losin' It


4.) Write a 20-line poem (rhyming or non-rhyming) dedicated to your favorite piece of clothing (could be a shirt, hat, shoes, etc.).

Oh my dear over the shoulder boulder holder
What would I ever do without you?
You keep my girls forever perky,
My belly smaller,
And my husband fonder.

You are even kind to my family,
Giving a secret hidey hole
For storing cars and trucks
Freeing up small hands
For giving Grandma hugs and kisses.

You are useful for so many things,
Like holding my cash, keys, and credit cards
The occasion peas (and carrots!) too
You are my new BFF
I've so come to rely on you.


You stand so firm and upright after washing
Offering such wonderful support
Truly a woman's dream-
I can be sincere when I say
I have never had another quite like you.

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14 comments:

Kelly said...

Your bra feels so proud right now!

Stacey said...

This was great! I've been known to stash debit cards a time or two! lol

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

Peas and carrots? PEAS? CARROTS? You've got to explain that one! lol This was very entertaining. Thanks for making me smile and for reminding me that I need a new bra. Like yesterday!
Thanks for stopping by on my Yo Gabba Gabba Writer's Workshop post. Have a great day.

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud
@TweetingMama

The Drama Mama said...

@ Kristi

You know how it goes. Your bra gives a lift, so therefore it becomes a catch all. And peas and carrots just happen to be our favorite veggies around here...

liz said...

Very funny angle you took with this! I can guess that you must have boobs, whereas I have none! :)

Natalie said...

Good stuff! I never knew how very important and dramatic a poem to a bra could be! This also reminds me that I need a couple of new ones, so thank you :)
Swinging by from Mama Kat's!

Lourie said...

Haha! And ode to the one thing that supports our girls without question for 18 hours a day! I love it.

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angie said...

I absolutely loved your ode to your over the shoulder boulder holder. :)

The Girl Next Door Grows Up said...

What a creative post! And funny too :-)

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MaBunny said...

Love your poem! I hopped on over here from Mama Kat's. If you would like to, hop on over and read my 20 line ode to shoes;) have a great evening!

Stef said...

It really is the catch all. Today, I was taking a shower and there was sand, crumbs and a lego....a LEGO? How did I not notice that one? Love it!!

afnii said...

didnt know wat it was about when i was reading thru it..lol..ur good!loved it!

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