Believe It (Or Not) [limerick]

Poem By Mike Smiff

Woman started wearing full trousers,
Hitherto the monopoly of men
To tell him in face that she is equal.
Man didn't think of wearing the dress,
A symbol of womanliness over years.
The one who thinks low would want to ape some.
15.06.2014

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