Thursday, July 14, 2011

Poetry Schmoetry -- Strong Hair

I will be posting one poem each day of Poetry Schmoetry (July 11-14).

Strong Hair
A Limerick
By Dawn M. Hamsher

There once was a girl with strong hair
Whose fibers like steel were so rare.      

Once a boy came too near                    

And the tendrils did rear.                     

He lays on the floor, so beware. 



  1. Yikes- fun but horrific poem LOL thank you for posting.

  2. lol Wonderful. Thanks for sharing it.

  3. All, Glad it gave you a laugh! Thanks for stopping by and for commenting!

  4. lol! Great picture to add to the drama :)

  5. Reminds me of an old ex boyfriend who used to say:

    Him: Where do they harvest steel wool?
    Me: Where?
    Him: ON MY FACE!!!

    And then I would be subject to a torturous stubble-rubbing. I should hook him up with this chick.

  6. Very cute and original! The photo captures it so well! Julie

  7. Jen -- I know! I couldn't have found a better photo!

    Christine -- Funny! They would be perfect for each other.

    Julie -- Thank you!

  8. Hey, I think I dated a girl like that. very funny.

  9. Yay, a limerick!! And a slightly violent, mostly humorous one to boot!
    Totally LOVE it!

  10. This is funny--actually a great story idea--the girl with the homicidal hair. Loved it!

  11. Oh my word this made me laugh! I LOVE your poem! This is the first limerick I read in the blog fest and I'm SO glad you posted it! I wanted to make it to more blogs during Shelly's blog fest - it was an insane week! I'm so glad I got here now!
    Thank you crazy much for voting for my poem - it made my day!


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