The inventor of the shower curtain
Clearly lacked (of this I’m certain)
Any grasp of basic physics;
And thus it cloys and often sticks.
As the water cascades down
It creates low pressure all around;
Meanwhile on the other side
High pressure causes curtain glide.
And thus the plastic shroud appears
To have designs upon our rears,
Although it’s clearly not aware
Of the fact we’re wet and bare.
A better world would not have seen
Such a shoddy water-screen.
But we are doomed to feel it much
And must endure its clammy touch.