A New Suit

Poem By Lewis Eron

The one thing I won't need soon
Is a new suit,
Not until
The ones I own
More outdated than I,
And I have to go
To a wedding,
Or a funeral,
The latter,
More likely,
But, hopefully, not mine,
And I need a new look.
There are always thrift stores and outlets.
So my old suit can be replaced for less money,
As I was when I retired.

January 2019

Comments about A New Suit

Very impressive write, Lewis Eron. You may like to read my poem, Love And Iust. Thank you.

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