COUNSELOR: Poetry Crisis Line, what is your emergency?
CALLER: They’ve put a brassiere on the camel–
CALLER: She wasn’t dressed proper, you know.
COUNSELOR: I know, but–who would do that?
CALLER: They’ve put a brassiere on the camel
COUNSELOR: Victoria’s Secret?
CALLER: So that her humps wouldn’t show
COUNSELOR: So the other direction, then? Puritans? The Moral Majority? TV censors?
CALLER: And they’re making other presentable plans;
COUNSELOR: Should I be worried? To whom are they planning to present these presentable plans?
CALLER: They’re even insisting that pigs should wear pants.
COUNSELOR: As if blankets weren’t enough.
CALLER: They’ll dress up the ducks if we give them the chance
CALLER: Since they put a brassiere on the camel.
COUNSELOR: So it’s a one-upsmanship thing, like conceptual art? The last one wasn’t weird enough–what else can we do?