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More Face then Hair
by Cheryl B Sellers
Sunday, August 03, 2003
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men seem so concerned to me with hair on their heads, most women are not

loving this man with more face then hair
the one who no longer sports a comb over
I start kissing his face at chin and can keep
kissing until I reach the back of his head
where for then is the down side in loving
this man with more face then hair

If it is hair i desire, he a has full body of it
like a pelt it keeps me warm in winter
soft to snuggle against, sweet as down
it holds his scent when he  splashes his cologne

but nature has not be cruel by any stretch
for when she took the hair off his head
she replaced it in his ears,  and nose
now my whispered words to him
he hears soft and muffled, sweet on the drum
and the scent of me gets caught in his nose hair
and I linger with him long after I am gone
 

 

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Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 8/4/2003

You make me laugh! This is excellent! Love the descriptions in this....talented!

Thanks,
Emilie
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 8/4/2003
nice thoughts you have!!!!!
Reviewed by david 8/4/2003
i like this one deep n personal
Reviewed by Lynn Barry 8/3/2003
Earthy and gritty and just plain GREAT!!!!!!
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 8/3/2003
lol! Thanks for the grin...and pleased to meet you Cheryl....Dani
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 8/3/2003
This piece is an hairloom. LOL Great write. I enjoyed it.
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