Monday, November 19, 2007

Patricia Prime: WEARABLE ART

How I’d like a bra like that. The one I like has twin teacups containing bouncy flowers. One couldn’t wear it in the street for fear of putting out someone’s eye. There’s one made of small straw hats, another like a twin-engine plane with propellers on the front that rotate rhythmically in time with the models graceful prance along the catwalk. Some of the bras look too dangerous to wear, lighting up, making noises, sharp and brazen.

I think I’ll stick to a regulation bra, after all, concealing, restricting, uplifting.

flashing orange
on her mailbox bra
a tiny flag

by Patricia Prime
Auckland, New Zealand

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