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A New Woman
by Sue Hess

Monday, February 28, 2005
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Warning: I just dyed my hair

No longer a blonde

The entire slant of my poetry

Will have to change

I will now become somber and deep

Writing intensely sensitive poems

Without a touch of the blonde

The one who just canít get it right

Who stands out in the rain

And wonders why she is getting wet

Yep folks, sheís gone

As gone as if she had taken her passport

And flew to New Mexico

Wondering all the time

What it would be like to live

In a different country

Yeah you know that Sue donít you

Well get ready for the new Sue

The one who deals with social issues

And political satire

The one waxes philosophical

And understands the hidden meanings

You know what I mean

A whole new Sue



Not likely, huh


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Reviewed by A PAX 3/7/2005
lol
i am going grey, wonder whats in store for me
lol
loved this one Sue
pax A lol
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 2/28/2005
Fun ending :-) I believe as writers we often dive into different personalities.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/28/2005
Well I think that depends entirely on you Sue. I, like most writers have redefined myself and my writing many times over the years. I think it's not a matter of dying your hair though as doing a soul search and a heart scan as to what it is you want to change to.

Go girl,
Felix
Reviewed by Dave Harm 2/28/2005
I like this relaxing, insightful, humorous work... just one question, can a person dye half their hair, since the rest is bald?
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/28/2005
Introspective and witty at the same time. Thank you, Sue. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Sue Hess 2/28/2005
i dye my hair with my moods. the photo on the bio doesn't show it but it was dark red there, i have been blonde since then and now i'm brunette but i don't expect it to really change me...unfortunately...i could use a change now and then
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/28/2005
Duh!! i tried to color my hair and many thousands of heads in my life...and that could not change any personality ever....lol!!

Good luck with your mission Exablond...lol!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by D May (Reader) 2/28/2005
Love this! Gee- what a little hair color can do. : )
Reviewed by George Jackson 2/28/2005
Blonde or not, I've come to know you as a great poet. This is no exception.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/28/2005
Great poem Sue, you are both, so no change is necessary;-)
Just keep up the fantastic honest writing you do!

eileen
Reviewed by Joel Raja Kumar J 2/28/2005
Better not change, Sue and you did not say which colour your hair now is. Hope it is not red, too ornery, you know what I mean. (I am hoping no redhead reads this).

Love from India - Joel -
Reviewed by Janet Parker 2/28/2005
This is such a good poem, and with subtle humor. You'll need to post a new picture of yourself. Well, come to think of it, I believe you are a brunette in the photo.
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