No rush with brush

From five to six with greater care
man fought the all night shadow
from chin to neck nothing to spare,
a hairy short-lived meadow.

First scented lather was applied
with lots of tiny bubbles,
covered the face from side to side
enclosing all the stubbles.

The softer brush worked like a charm
before the sharpened knife –
whose use demanded to be calm –
endangered beard and life.


Aus meinem Buch:

Wonderful pictures by artists or photography are the key to poems about man in general, nature and environment in general. Themes: humour, society, animals, the sea, emotions and how to cope with them.

Autorin: Anne Reimerdes
Taschenbuch: 68 Seiten
ISBN-13: 978-1724661913
Erschienen: 3. August 2018

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