A Trip "I have a ticket for you too" said my coat. It waited a little and when it noticed that I remained dressed with the gray sweater It folded its sleeves took a camera and went on a trip. It managed well without me. But it was cold too.
We find this poem effective in its humor and clarity.
How effective is the characterization of the coat? Is it too corny?
Is this sufficiently developed? If you were to suggest that the author take this poem a step futher, where might he go with it?