She looked at the universe
Stole the littlest star
And put it in her pocket
I said it was thoughtful
It must be sorrowful
A tiny star in that big black pit
She said she wasn’t being thoughtful
Her pockets were awful
There was no room for a big star to fit
Behind the Poem...Ladies' Fashion
Women's pockets, my dude. Let me tell you. If there is a rant to be had, that would be it.
This poem idea actually came from an Instagram post I saw yesterday. No clue what it was about except that someone was looking at the universe in a dreamy and romantic way. So of course I did what I do best and went "how can I untomantisize this in a way that benefits humanity?" Which leads me back to the rant. Women's pockets. They're too small.
You can't fit anything in there. If I did, say, want to get a star from the sky, there would be nowhere to put it. I do not want to buy a purse just to store my stars thank you very much. I would like to carry my wallet, my phone, my keys, and my gaseous fire ball in my pants like everyone else please and thank you.
All I am saying is that I would just like for my tiny Loop earplugs case (non-spon but should) to not poke out of my pants. That can't be that hard to ask. I'm not sure who is in charge of fashion, but if someone finds them please kindly relay this message to them. I, and the rest of women's-pants-wearing-kind, will be forever grateful.
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Liberty Jensen • Writer
Liberty is a donations manager, finance student, and full-time drinker of coffee. She enjoys poetry, her cats, and spending time with her husband.