A short limerick recorded for HitRecord.
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
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Leonard the Laos likes to live in your hair, although you would rather he didn't live there. It's lucky that Leonard's not easy affronted. Despite being nature's most rapidly hunted, poor lin is habitually swept from his home by the flick of a nail or the pull of a comb. But Leonard's resilient. He clings to his roots and yours. As it happens, he digs in his boots and he chants with his comrades, We shall not be moved and hopes that one day Laos conditions improve. But for now he's content to be sheltered and fed and your forest of hair by the fruits of your head.