Barbie

Barbie

A Poem by Soma-ko

Take off your dress,

put on another one,

try on another one,

no not that one, that

doesn’t look good on

my body, here, this

one will fit you better.

 

Take it off,

put this on,

 

Take that off,

slip this on,

 

Of course you can speak,

of course I don’t care.

 

Now put this on,

actually, throw

it away, I don’t want to see

you wear that one again,

it doesn’t look good on me.

 

Stop complaining, this dress

is for you, while we’re here

go get those heels, that hair,

perfect.

 

Now let’s ask what society thinks.

 

They don’t like.

They can still see you.

 

This is all you’re fault,

look at all the time I’ve wasted.

 

What are you doing?

Those dresses cost money.

Stop.

 

Great, we can’t sell them anymore.

 

Stop

 

Those pills aren’t going to do anything,

stop, what are you doing?

 

I’m feeding you.

sto-

© 2016 Soma-ko


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