Maggie Cooper

1963

Poetry

A baked potato is not as big as the world
Betty Friedan wrote, famously, in 1963.
But what if the world were an enormous baked potato,
each continent a curl of butter in a vast, carbohydrate sea?
In a baked potato world, woman rules,
and the happy housewife eschews alliteration for truth.

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