All Hair

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 09, 2017

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Celebrate versatility, of every ethnicity Un-marginalise, break social exclusion, transcending illusions A streaming subject that runs deep Of chemical appliance, let go of the defiance Un-tick the boxes, esteeming all, tear down the walls A part of applauded appearances, let it go, let it be Yield the root of the matter

Is it about good or bad? Or embracing what you have With gratitude be glad Set your own standards and expectations The representational, be sensational A headed glory, create your own story To raise or lay down, finding YOU – be found Twists, dreads, braids, outer beauty fades

Curly, wavy, straight, close the divide No preference of side No greater pick, fine, medium, thick Long, medium or short, in spite of what is bought Towards evolution, be your own solution Of the inner voice, your personal choice Hair is a journey, whether late or early

Whether young or old, inner value can’t be sold In the midst of society, establish your priority Of inner health, let that become your wealth Accept yourself Taken chances, of blessed finances No worse or better, be your own trend setter There’s every kind of beautiful, un-throne the judge

Unborn fears, traced back through the years Your personal connotation, comprehend the relation The way to be true, find your inner you Of yours, of mine, hair does not define Of no preference, a walk beyond difference Inner realisations, natural formations To tame for fame

Behold victory, realise your history Un-ravelled vanity, embrace humanity

Written by Geraldine Taylor ©?


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