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Luxuriant silken sheet
Living gossamer
Against my skin –
Seemingly course,
Compared with such,
Waist length,
Alive and self willed –
A many tendrilled being
Provoking attraction, while
Drawing attention.
Yet to its owner,
This passes all unnoticed…
Smiling, shaking head
In tender wonder.

(A/N: Inspired by my bf's hair... it really is something else... if only I had it in me to be jealous...)

"I'm not an artist - I'm a f*%king work of art!"
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"Hold the 'S' because I am an 'aint'"
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- Adam Best

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The following comments are for "His Hair"
by De`esse

his hair
I loved this piece. Very simple, yet it grabs at you. I have a thing with hair. I love having somebody brush mine, and I love running my fingers through my hubby's soft, dark curly locks. Ok, maybe I'm partial...;)
anyway, great read.

( Posted by: Reba [Member] On: August 5, 2004 )

his hair....
ok, Reba is on a trip LOL!!!

This was captivating, your use of words kept me going throughout the whole thing, it could describe so many things.

Alex :-)

( Posted by: londongrey [Member] On: August 5, 2004 )

Hair, glorious hair!

I love beautiful hair, as well. Sometimes it does seem like a living entity, especially when it is longer.

I like this poem. Nicely done!



( Posted by: Serenem [Member] On: August 6, 2004 )

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