Amos Christopherson


New Clothes New Habits - Poem by Amos Christopherson

New clothes new habits
That leaves the receptacle no deficits

And they gone to school with guts
Ask them megabytes, gigabytes

Why drain sooner until the last mourner
Find them in junctions, saloons in any corner

New clothes new habits
Kind of magnetism visits

Downstairs as with the parachute
Have you anyone who would to persecute

Gone to school with guts to grasp, seize and hold
Why gentlemen will plead their hand for household

New clothes new habits
Why drain sooner until the last mourner

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

The modern approach of dressing is affecting tradition al norms, children have gone to learn but will look naked just anywhere but you've seen them and there is no one taking action. My fear is on who fiddling to marrying them.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 1, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, February 1, 2013


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