Lea Andrea AAA


Some grow beards, and some have none…

It doesn’t really matter, if you have hair on your head,

After all, so many people strip themselves bare.

They strip the hair off their skin, and call it waxing,
They think that looks great,
But don’t break a sweat,
They were just joking.

If the hair falls of your head,
Be pleased for that’s a sign
That there is nothing to hide
For hair was given only as a covering…

When Adam and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit
They were covered by skin
By The Lord God,
And if your hair falls off,
Well, you have no sin.

Flaunt your dome…
It’s a sign of home. Rome. Or wherever..

What I mean is,
It’s okay to not have hair at all, if that is natural.

Otherwise, you should keep all the hair you have.
Or wear leather, to cover it up

Either way, skins win.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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So many people have viewpoints about bald or semi-bald heads.

This is mine. (for the moment)

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