Sartorial Shenanigans

A poem which is ostensibly about matters sartorial, but which has the issue of the English and their enslavemnt to the class system bubbling away beneath the surface.


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English Fashion Chic via the Small Ads in The Spectator

A lifetime quest, for sartorial zest,
Has left me a gawping commentator,
But I must opine, it's not Calvin Klein,
But a safari jacket from The Spectator,
That's my coat of choice, the posh boy's voice,
And the only way to look smart,
It's no Paris vogue, just an English rogue,
And a blatant affront to art.

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