Steven Harris


Red Hair Girl


There's nothing like a red
headed girl
standing at the bar ordering a drink
next to me flamed haired wonder
talking away
drinking vodka and coke
like they always do
golden eyes
and flamed hair
nothing can beat it
black dress aswell
short and high heels
but i won't waste my time
i wont talk to her
i know where it will lead
she will laugh and walk away
they always do
i won't ask her if she wants a
drink
or ask her for a dance
i'll just leave
let her red hair and her eyes
continue through the night
i'll just drink the night away
and fall out the door.

Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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