Poem: Pageant Girls – 07/03/20

Barrel waves,
beautiful curls,
how they suit these pretty pairs of girls
who dance in the moment,
left to right,
right to left,
linking arms in the present,
advancing, advanced.
They smile widely
though little do you know,
their teeth are plastered with Vaseline,
to shine, shine, shine each little toof and teef,
to make their pearly whites evermore sweet,
each two sets of perfect rows.
Now in a line they twirl into one another,
taking turns,
sharing their partners,
their blonde, brunette and auburn barrel waves,
beauty in motion,
luxurious to behold.
© 2020 Lauren M. Hancock. All rights reserved.
Image by lorilynnoliver from Pixabay

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  1. This paints a nice picture. The image them dancing, smiling, linking arms with perfect white rows of teeth, is not at all different to a real pageant.

    I had to research the dancing, but they do dance at pageants.

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