Poem: Brassieres Through the Years

12/12/2013 at 6:55 AM Leave a comment

Brassieres Through the Years

by June Nash


At 12 years,

Training bra could not wait to wear

Boasts development of a pair


At 18,

Shredded it, shed it, and burned it.

Free, liberated, unbound tit



Jiggling wiggling needed to stop

Back into bra those babies plop


Many years,

Wore a brassiere without complaint

Kept those boobies under constraint


At 60,

Have comfort as higher concern

Think again it’s time to bra burn


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Original poetry. Copyright 2012, June Nash

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