Mannequin

She arrived at the glitzy event
Carrying her ritzy baggage
Trying to dazzle all and make a splash
She never ever travelled light
Towing the burden of her farcical existence
To every place that she ever went
Drawing her strength from name dropping
It mattered not
That she became isolated and all alone
She lived in the make believe
World of the brands she owned.

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27 thoughts on “Mannequin

  1. Oh, I see this type, all the time. I even know parents who start buying their infants brand name clothing, even though they outgrow it so quickly. I guess some people have more to compensate for than others and always need to be part of a show that many really have no time to watch. Excellent, Punam!

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