Hair

Hair

A Poem by Andie

You uncompromising congress, will you not make up your mind?

Are you curly, straight or wavy, messy, greasy, flat or fried?

You won't come when I call you, you decline to sit and stay,

You gobble up my combs and clips, you never go away.

You're a hazardous appendage and won't hesitate to strike

any unassuming victim that happens to pass by.

Your wiry spawn torment me, haunt me, clog up every drain.

You're the bane of my existence, you unruly copper mane. 

© 2012 Andie


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Andie
Andie

A City Somewhere Over the Rainbow



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