|a cunt hair
when i was little and used to build houses
somebody would throw a piece a wood at you
and you'd ask how much?
(that meant 'how much do you want it shortened?')
a cunt hair
it was tricky not knowing precisely what a cunt hair was
it can be many things to the person fitting the wood
anywhere from less than 1/16th of an inch to 1/4
now that i'm older and build for myself
i always know what a cunt hair is, i visualize it
when i have to 'shave a bit off'
i know exactly how much
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Lol. You are a poet through and through :)
GOOD 1!!!! LOL! My father, to THIS DAY, STILL says "a cunt hair!" LOVE it, Hank! :-)
I'd mostly leave everything how it is...'cept change stanza 2. remove L5 completely....few fiddles with stanza 3
(You and I have had this redundancy talk before, lets not waste our precious..you don't need to repeat the title)
Then I would fiddle with the tense...yada yada, because it is, after all, where you are writing from.
"it is tricky not knowing what a cunt hair is.
it can be many things to a person (fitting the wood...redundant again)...
On to stanza 3
L10; I always know, I visualise
Happy Hank, I played?
Yes, thankyou PollyReg. I am really happy that you took the time to properly read my poem and offer your thoughts. Cheers.
Line four can pop into the cab too. better places for him to be..and all.
A song for you:
Tired of toeing the line....
With my edit, I would also want the title changed. Let's call it "fix out"?
Or how about "The Lilac Man with the Peach Peach Stone" for mystery and shit
the fifth comment wasn't mine...in 13 years and i dont know...350 poems? i have never once posted as anonymous
not that i dont support that group
i do...its just that as an Individual...well....but as a GROup!...yeah
Naw Hank. It's important that we know that, why????
It was me :-)
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