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POEM: My Theory on the Long Shadow of Hitler’s Mustache

By Berniegourley @berniegourley

POEM: My Theory on the Long Shadow of Hitler’s MustachePeople once saw in it great panache,
but Hitler killed the toothbrush mustache.

Now no one would dare to wear it.

Except that groundskeeper from Magnum P.I.

who turned out to be the mysterious millionaire.

Maybe, his wealth was Nazi gold?

But that isn't my theory of the long shadow of Hitler's mustache.

My theory is that when the short mustache comes back in fashion,
great evil will sit upon our doorstep.

For it is more than a choice of facial hair,
it's a barometer of remembrance
that lacks an indicator of the half-life
of evil's stain upon our collective consciousness.
Or, maybe, it just looks stupid on your face.
As if you made a dreadful razor error
and tried to play it off as a plan
through use of symmetry.
In which case, someone should be charting
the rate of application for name change by
Hitlers, Himmlers, Goebbels, and Görings.

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