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  21.     

Fancying

i am sure this period is going to make someone smile or even laugh. Aim of these lines is to focus attention to a possible mood of fancying when being an infant. This is my personal case obviously.

So, this is the matter. When i was seven-eight years old i thought that women were really different from men because they have different way to treat their hairs.

Women went to hairdresser to wash hairs, cut them and eventually dye them, men instead did everything at home, only sporadically they went to hairdresser for cutting hairs.

In fact i became confused when i knew it wasn't a good result.

Everything went okay when i saw my mother cutting my father's hairs!
 
Paola Degli Esposti

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Hair

Hair, tossed and tangled seamans crown,
the waters' angry all around,
while sea rages, spits-and soars
ship rocks and rolls, ..super star aboard?
does grammas hair look more silver than before,
or is flour in her hair, -and I'm imagining more?
reddish curls on the play ground boy,
who pulls our hairs -his angry ploy!
I love the hair on daddy's head,
(I'm glad that he and mommy wed)
tho spots are bare.. there's room for more,
I will buy him some at a hairy store,
baby's hair, oh! smells so sweet, I kiss her head,
- then I repeat!
Mommys' hair is long as rope,
my brothers' hair is gone from dope,
neighbors hair has icky smell,
like cigars and gasoline.. oh well.
my dolly's hair is shiny bright,
..it matters when I bed at night!
and grammpas hair I can't ignore..
says he lost it in a war..
and teachers hair, looks like a nest,
the place where all the birdies rest,
My sisters hair is wild and furious,
I watch it bounce because I am curious,
so my best friend.. whom I adore,
got sick...and now it's on the floor.
my bird who speaks to me has said,
'MY hair's the feathers on my head'!
and then my dog, who's a rare breed,
said 'I am bald' so hair - who needs?
oops- mommy's voice floats thru the air,
To tell me, - time to wash my hair,
I'm hiding now up in the loft,
she knows not, that I've cut mine off!
 
Anne Gable

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Hair From My Head

I pulled a hair from my head,
It wasn't alive nor was it dead,
It was just one less hair upon my head.
I had that hair since I was born,
And for a number of years that hair ide worn,
But tonight I pulled it from my head,
It wasn't alive nor was it dead,
It was just one less hair upon my head.
I Washed it, groomed it, took care of it so,
But tonight that hair just Had to go,
So I pulled it from my head,
It wasn't alive nor was it dead,
It was just one less grey hair upon my head.
 
Gerard Woods

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  24.     

Want More Hair?

I'd love
I think
more hair
more hair
like a big
old grizzly bear
more hair makes
you manly
more hair
makes you tough
more hair feels
like carpet
more hair keeps
you rough
more hair
for pretty ladies
to rub their faces on
more hair for
guys to jealous of
and more locks that can
be flung
I think more hair would be awesome
but I wouldn't wanna overdo it
because too much hair would make
me like a little furry blanket
and I couldn't cover both of us
just you and that ain't fair
more hair!
 
John W. McEwers

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