Tag Archives: stereotype

GINGER-LICIOUS PRIDE

GINGER-LICIOUS PRIDE

(One picture removed by request—Copyrighted!)
How fun it is to see
Gingers on a public spree…
Demanding fair
Treatment of hair
With just civility!
Dogs and cats in view
Want attention too…
Not as  objects
Of fantasy sex
But as personalities do.
For sure, some of us are pretty,
And some tend more toward gritty…
But all may claim
The right to remain,
Whether dull or downright witty!  🙂
–Jonathan Caswell

COLLECTING REDHEADS AGAIN

COLLECTING REDHEADS AGAIN

 

If truth be known, he admires

Certain women without trip wires…

But then danger is greater

If he causes a crater,

By a comment that stokes up her fires!

It is not just the red hair,

But the kind of lass underneath there…

Too easy to old

Or rejectingly cold,

Those stereotypes are not fair.

One problem with this, you’d agree,

If someone tries to collect me…

Turn about is fair play

In a manipulative way,

If an object is all she or I will be!!

 

–Jonathan Caswell

(thepioneerwoman.com)

 

 

FEAR FOR FELLOWSHIP

FEAR FOR FELLOWSHIP

 

Once he was a fine redhead,

Finely by a redhead, bred…

His red hair died

He’s unidentified,

Unable to prove what he’s said.

So many years “un-endued”

Of ginger he has pursued…

To in many ways

Find a group that okays

His status without being rude.

He’s glad, then, that no one heckles,

Him for just keeping the freckles…

He’s suffered his last

For being typecast,

Unless he wants to be reckless.

 

–Jonathan Caswell