The Eclectic Pen - Her long brown hair


By: Sabriena W. (hazeleyesrangeleyes)   + 3 more  
Date Submitted: 10/1/2008
Genre: Literature & Fiction » Poetry
Words: 147
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  I sat there brushing her long brown hair,
She stood still and quiet as I thought,
Pulled the brush down, then back up it was brought,
As I sat there brushing her long brown hair.

The brush was old but it didn't dare,
Break as I pulled it gently down,
Through beautiful hair dark and brown,
As I sat there brushing her long brown hair.

I thought of her countenance, so bright and fair,
A child's pixie face with large eyes,
It was so easy for them to mesmerize,
As I sat there brushing her long brown hair.

A gentle thought wafted and didn't blare,
About jealous fairies every day,
Desiring her tresses beautiful, natural way,
As I sat there brushing her long brown hair.

For all of the fairies found everywhere,
Can never have such beauty divine,
Without the locks of that sister of mine,
And I sit here brushing her long brown hair.

This isn't perfect, but it's alright (I think) for 3.5 minutes work.


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Marta J. (booksnob) - 10/2/2008 5:09 PM ET
This is very sweet, particularly for those of us who adore our sisters.
Sabriena W. (hazeleyesrangeleyes) - 10/3/2008 11:45 AM ET
Thank you. I love all of my sisters very, very much!
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