A Young Lady Whose Name Was Claire

A young lady whose name was Claire
Had beautiful, long brown hair,
But when it did rain
She cried out in pain,
As her hair it turned quite fair!

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12 thoughts on “A Young Lady Whose Name Was Claire

  1. blindzanygirl

    And to comfort this lady called Claire
    I invited her into my lair
    She was never the same
    Not ever again
    Who knows what happened there?

    Reply
      1. debbiejonesalwaysamused

        Haha! Well, my hair is brown & fairly short, Kevin, & it wouldn’t bother me being a different colour, but it would be a big shock to wash it & see that it had changed unexpectedly. Although I have dyed my hair before & been a bit shocked by the results, which has made for much hilarity. Good job I can laugh at my own misfortune!

      2. K Morris Poet Post author

        I must confess that my hair was brown, and when it began to show signs of grey I dyed it brown! However I only did this once and decided to grow grey gracefully in future!

      3. debbiejonesalwaysamused

        I think you did the sensible thing, Kevin. My hair also shows signs of grey, but I’m not quite ready to be too graceful yet! Which probably means I’m a little too vain, though dying my hair is damn near a pain! 😁

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      I think there is, if the truth be told, a little vanity in all of us (including me), Debbie. People remark on the fact that my lab/retriever Trigger is going grey. My response “like owner, like dog!”.

      Reply
      1. debbiejonesalwaysamused

        I think you’re right, Kevin. Most of us like to look good for as long as is possible. Aww grey always shows up more on dark fur or hair, even if Trigger isn’t that old! They do say dogs eventually look like their owners & vice versa. I’d say you are perfectly suited, Kevin!

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