Sunday, April 20, 2008

I Do Not Like My Haircut -- a poem about a bad haircut/a haircut poem

I DO NOT LIKE MY HAIRCUT
by
Gregory K.

I do not like my haircut.
I’ll never get another.
Or if I do, next time, for sure, it won’t be from my brother.


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3 comments:

TadMack said...

Heh. I like this one, too -- I think you could also write a poem about an adolescent girl who just "trims" her bangs one morning... and it goes on and on... and on...

Greg said...

My brother actually cut my hair once. He was right handed and his right arm was in a cast. He did the job using his left. I few days later I went to the barber and had my head shaved.

Greg T

Rita said...

I can so see this illustration.