Saturday, December 18, 2004


Not used to bruising
reality, so many clothes pushed to the breaking
point. Some people think
the grumbles are rank, like a brainstorm.

They're always touting parents of kids
who attract this: rumbling arches, you know,
"slap greetings," mere love letters.
They could sell out-of-shape sponsors

in the desert afraid to visit some good publicity.
In this day and age, think big: how about
huge heads (and necks), gold rings,
and some support sooner

rather than later.
A war could help a lot.

Created from the December 16, 2004, New York Times column by Maureen Dowd. All words are hers.


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