The Empress’s Clothes

A woman’s geography’s
Considered pornography
So everywhere that she goes.

She’s constrained unto modesty
So many times all that we see
Is face, fingers, hands, arms and toes.

A blatant indignity
At least at the beach where might be-
A veritable lacking of robes.

There strident ‘don’t look at me’
Embraces hypocrisy-
Most everything hidden now shows.

This seems pure inequity
Or at least rank false piety…
For empresses sometimes have clothes.

© Loubert S Suddaby. All Rights Reserved.

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