All In the Name of Style

 

All in the Name of Style

 

By Elton Camp

 

No male would ever endure submission

To his foot in a plantar-flexed position

 

Wearing shoes with four-inch heels

Willingly enduring how bad it feels

 

So that his gastrocnemius has grown short

Meaning normal walking it does thwart

 

The tibialis anterior and soleus activated

With results that will come to be hated

 

It’s stiff the Achilles’ tendon has become

Because to style he unwisely did succumb

 

Female folly shoe choice does betray

So she always falls when she runs away

 

Writing a sexist poem I have tried

One whose truth cannot be denied

 

For doing it, I may get some heat

But I don’t have corns on my feet

 


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A humor write with words never before seen in a poem.
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