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Poems About: CAR

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  • 325.
    the overpass, early morning

    a thousand white stars racing towards me
    a thousand red, falling away.
    these cars are no longer cars
    and i want to be apart of this read more »

    Riel Tizzano
  • 326.
    she was late

    I count the cars as they drive past the window
    Four blues since you said everything was fine
    The rain flows from the street into the gutters
    Over both the yellow broken lines read more »

    Ben Paynter
  • 327.
    Watch theworld go by

    2 December: Watch theworld go by
    2 December: Watch the world go by and sit down to enjoy the life. read more »

    see fee lee
  • 328.
    Color blind

    (This is a fictional poem)

    I'm color blind and I get confused at traffic lights.
    When I hit people's cars, I get into a lot of fights. read more »

    Randy Johnson
  • 329.
    SWISS MISS'S KINDNESS.

    She got him from the road,
    Knocked out and injured,
    By a hit and run vehicle,
    Dragged him to the car, read more »

    RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
  • 330.
    The 'Poem A Day' Project ~ Day 194

    I don’t understand why all the fuss
    I didn’t actually hit that bus
    I think you just worry too much
    When you hear me ride the clutch read more »

    Flying Lemming
  • 331.
    Erroneous Perceptions of Reality In a Late Afternoon's Sun

    There is just something very sexy
    about the way she twists and plays
    with that short section of fine hair
    on the left side of her pretty head; wrapping read more »

    Ted Sheridan
  • 332.
    A Poem for Lucky

    A world that's mourning
    A heaven filled with laughter read more »

    Sranang Bromki
  • 333.
    CYCLE.

    I rode my bicycle for a number
    Of years, before my car came,
    In great delight of speeding
    Away competing with buses read more »

    RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
  • 334.
    The Perfect Kind of Day

    It was the perfect kind of day
    As I went for a little ride
    Just me out with nature
    Taking everything in stride read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 335.
    It Was My Time

    ears ringing
    it's all drowned out anyway
    from the hum of my car
    as it accelerates, read more »

    Lee Degnan
  • 336.
    Dont want to

    Tommorow,
    you cannot trust her, the time..
    the girl whom i was watching,
    was soft and silly, read more »

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