Kishore Asthana

(Lucknow, India)

Hair Now Gone Tomorrow


It is neither here not there
But there was a time I had a lot of hair
As it passed, the time I mean
Everywhere my hair was seen
In the tub and in the sink
In the food and in the drink
Till all there was left my dears
Was a little bit above the ears

Submitted: Saturday, December 03, 2005

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