Goldilocks wanna be
She heard blondes had more fun
She wanted to be one
Dye her brown hair
She chose to take it slow
Hairdresser gave her streaks
Of the shade she did seek
©2022 Annette Rochelle Aben
This is a lovely poem, Annette.
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Thank you, Robbie! 🙂
And maybe she dcided to skip the steaks over time…to delight in her unique expression of fun!
lovely poem Annette
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Fun! I remember the old ads on television about blondes having more fun. One said maybe she’d have gotten that man anyway, but you couldn’t convince her of that, after she used some kind of hair dye! I was (grey now) a brunette, so I liked the twist at the time, “Men date blondes, but they marry brunettes!”
I heard that statement before as well. One guy told me that I wasn’t the kind of a girl men dated… I was the kind of a girl that men married! 😉
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What a clever take on the theme! A gradual transition, but all fun.
Why thank you very much! 🙂
What a great poem for transitions, Sis. I always love how “human” your poetry is. It’s a treat each week to see what you create. ❤
Thank you, Sis! I appreciate the opportunity to allow my creative energies to dance. ❤
That’s a great take on the theme, Annette! I have very dark brown hair. Blonde was never something I wanted, but I did take a liking to streaks of blue. I’ve had “black and blue” hair for several years now and love it. 🙂
Thank you for the encouragement! I can imagine how cool having black and blue hair would be. 🙂
Heehee! Is this based on a true story, Annette?
Only my hairdresser knows for sure. 😉
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Brilliant take on the theme Annette.. I went blonde to red and back to blonde.. not sure I noticed any difference… silver seems to do the trick lol…♥
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