When the Wind Blows


When the wind blows,
as every girl knows,
skirts can be uplifted
by a sudden gust.
So a maiden must,
to keep her modesty,
wear a tight garment
or else be content
to sport men’s trousers.
But for anti-feminists
it would represent
the height of travesty.
They claim it’s the norm
for women to don
a feminine apparel
as their uniform.
Yet some men adopt
without feeling guilt
the Scottish kilt.

© Luigi Pagano 2018

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Pommer

Hi Luigi,
thank you for sharing,I like this one however it makes me wonder if men ever fall victim to up skirting, It would really be quite funny..Peter.

Ifyouplease

i’m all for men wearing skirts too but not long clothing.
in fact our national costume Tsolias is a guy wearing one.
http://www.greece-greece.info/tsolias/

TheRecluse

Well-written with clever rhyming and a fun read. Yes, do you remember the very short mini-skirt era, Luigi? Nothing to do with gusts of wind, but anyway….must be observant in this day and age. However, a flimsy, flighty dress and a wedgy tang did catch my eye once on a remote Scottish moor road, and I would have gone back and offered a lift…if it wasn’t for the dozen or so cows she was shooing along in front of her… true story..it was a windy Summer day Lol! God! It was so erotic! Yes, dangerous today when you can choose… Read more »

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