Robert Edgar Burns
The Bra - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
I’d fantasized you’d come to me
Saying “Darling it is time! ”
“I’ve made you wait just long enough
And today you are truly Mine! ”
I entered the Emerald City,
Floated over to Shangri- La!
I knew the eighth wonder of the world
The moment you dropped your bra.
A man could take many months
Planning romantic dates tis true.
With flowers and chocolates and trinkets,
To win a tender hearted girl like you!
So what can you do to please a man
I’ve heard it now once a year,
Is for a woman to come over naked
And bring a case of beer!
I will stop musing for it is time
To bend over and pick up your bra.
It fell out of the laundry basket.
That’s the only thing that I saw!
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