brian roy skyers


ready for work Poem by brian roy skyers


Crisp new uniform, bright buttons, sharp lapels
Ready turned out, ready to give the enemy hell
Covert action is all in the game
And hope to inflict much much pain
Smart technology, nowhere to hide
And don't think you can take us for a ride
Equipped with state of the arts radar
It's now so much fun
Hunker down cause there's nowhere to run
Periscopic cameras, it's just so sweet
Peering into the darkness and way down the street
Mounted comrades for mobile assistance
If nothing at all our efforts are consistent
Onward together, with time we only harden
And proudly proclaim.. we are traffic wardens.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 2, 2013

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  • Gold Star - 7,608 Points Lyn Paul (2/9/2013 5:46:00 PM)

    Thank you for this great insight to this role. Well written. We forget just Howmany people are protecting us all. (Report) Reply

  • Bronze Star - 2,153 Points Kevin Patrick (1/7/2013 8:15:00 PM)

    This is probably the top five of stress related jobs, knowing to exsist, next to bomb specialist and fast food employee (Report) Reply

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