Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 81,869 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Fashions For Massive Chaos - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

And now ladies and gentlemen...
What you all have been waiting for.
The highlight of our presentation this evening...
Fashions For Massive Chaos.

Let the strutting up and down the runway,

Here we present...
Our after 6 evening wear.
You will notice the evening gowns,
Precisionly stripped from the waist...
To bear both mud and garbage stains.
Makeup and hair?
Courtesy of Dumpster Mix and Drippings.
Thank you, Veronica.

Do you mind exposing your bullet proof vest.
Even though it appears,
That the tuxedo is riddled with bullets...
Our own reversible bullet proof vest,
Can be worn to beaches, galas...
And to the local grocery store.
This outfit is very versatile.
And the holster also holds,
Bows and arrows.
Thank you Jeff, Stefan and Mr. Thick.

Our Spring line up!
Thin is in folks.
And our designers...
As you can see,
Are extremely innovative.

We call this look,
Own Those Bones In That Bag.
Notice, if you will...
How the suspenders hold up,
In very colorful attachments...
To those bones walking inside the bags.
Thin but not distasteful.
Thank you Monica, Less Lee and Sunk'n Mei Cheeks.

And what you all have been waiting for.
Our leisure division.
We call this, Beyond Tattoos.

As you notice,
Our models are nude and adorning few tattoos.
The effect of this is to allow all black lighting,
To capture the live sexual performances...
AS the chaos unfolds around the love making.
Incorporating both nudity, sex AND advertising potential.
We see this as a very lucrative marketing choice,
For business owners, and sports enthusiasts alike.

Thank you all for attending.
Oh...I'm overwhelmed!
A standing ovation?
I alone am not desrving of it!
I could not have done this alone.
I have you all to thank so much.
Please stay for refreshments.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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