Treasure Island

shimon weinroth


Pajamas


Pajamas plain or full
Of colors and ornament
Worn or not at all
Tell much about

Habits of sleep, slumber
Lounging about on
Bedding, mattresses with companions

Add to the resume,
Flowing gown, filmy negligee
Two piece top or bottom
Coy baby doll, macho boxer shorts
Wooly cottoned, fabricated or slky,

To each ilk or form, sleeping or awake
Cover or uncovered, the naked or the nude
Some are made for easy access
To all the parts

Others for warmth, comfort and convenience
Cover from top to bottom, cumbersome
For one or lewd for another

Do you remember pajamas of dad
Or mother, or bathrobes they used for cover
Now days and then, sleep in underwear
Lost faith with modesty

Or just don't care

Submitted: Thursday, December 07, 2006
Edited: Saturday, December 04, 2010
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