Treasure Island

John Gabriel


Never Out Of Style


I buy my clothes from the secondhand store
I’ll pay a dollar or two but never more

I don’t care that others laugh at my fashion
I learned to ignore people without compassion

Go ahead laugh and stare over the way I dress
it’s funny how my clothes make others obsess

Some rudely say to my face that I have no style
I just shake my head and walk away with a smile

Buying all those overpriced clothes of today
Soon will become fashions of yesterday

Submitted: Sunday, December 01, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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