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  • 25.

    My toddler grandson squats beside a parked
    car to examine the wheels and undercarriage.
    I know more about cars than he does
    (temporarily) , so I tell him what an axle is.
    “Brmm…..brmm…, ” he replies. He gets it.

    Satisfied, he stands up and points to the door handle.
    He wants me to open the door, but it’s not my car.
    “I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that, ” I say.
    My grandson’s name is not Dave, but I’m bored
    so I’m doing my impression of HAL 9000 when
    Dave says, “Open the pod bay doors please HAL”
    and HAL answers, “I’m sorry Dave……….”

    We walk home. We watch cars go by.
    Wheels spin so fast, it’s like trying to watch the
    legs of a galloping animal without the benefit
    of slow motion replay. My grandson knows that
    herds of cars follow well-established trails. He
    can pick out several species of car already:

    If only his Dad wasn’t irreversibly civilized, my
    grandson might have someday learnt to hunt cars:
    Prowl the fringes of the herd, pick out the old and lame,
    distract the car by throwing rocks and attack its most
    vulnerable part, the soft rubber feet. Or, separate the
    babies - the bicycles. They’re all legs and no muscle.
    Maybe join a band of boys to tackle a bus
    or truck for the manhood initiation rite.
    Afterwards, all the men could put on car skins
    and pretend to be the cars themselves. read more »

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  • 27.
    Animals in Clothes

    Animals in clothes I see
    Driving cars or sipping tea
    Animals in clothes I see
    But they don't know what they are read more »

  • 28.
    A Long Ride

    driving along an open road
    nowhere special to go
    nothing but fields on my left and right
    not another car in sight read more »

  • 29.
    (Rocket 88) haiku

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  • 30.

    if i could wish upon a star
    i wish i had a magic car
    a magic car to take me places
    a magic car to see different faces read more »

  • 31.
    A Tender Moment At The Supermarket

    Sitting there watching them
    they had no idea
    they were such an inspiration
    so comfortable with eachother. read more »

  • 32.
    (sad) -haiku-

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  • 33.
    The Motor Car

    The motor car is sullen, like a thing that should not be;
    The motor car is master of Smart Society.
    ’Twas born of sweated genius and collared by a clown; read more »

  • 34.

    To the memory of the Rhodesian Helicopter Pilots and
    the 20mm cannon Gunner.Two men one helicopter;
    known as K-car…..Killer-car.
    A formidable force in the Rhodesian Bush War. read more »

  • 35.
    Relative Happiness

    Now happy they are
    They do not have a car.
    Or they'd have the sorrow
    the car was so narrow. read more »

  • 36.
    My Little Red Car (Fun Poem 30)

    I have a little red car,
    that fits five quite comfortably,
    but members of my family
    when shopping think I drive a lorry. read more »

New Car Poems

  1. Stolen Vehicles, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  2. MG CLUB, lee fones
  3. Automobile, Star E. Sky
  4. After the Ice Storm, Deborah Eker
  5. Car Wars, Harold R Hunt Sr
  6. Car is taking me, gajanan mishra
  7. On the Road., Stuart Miers
  8. See my car, gajanan mishra
  9. Automobile, Meredith Sheives
  10. Tell the driver, gajanan mishra
  11. Kasturi's Car, Saiom Shriver
  12. Car is here, gajanan mishra
  13. Lyrics/Fast Car/ Tracy Chapman, Lilyann Monahan
  14. Cars, Diane Hine
  15. Whirrrrrrrr - Cars! ! !, Vera Sidhwa
  16. My car, gajanan mishra
  17. Marlowe, Marcel Aouizerate
  18. Far too many enemies were coffined (Cate.., Gert Strydom
  19. Lone Car, Kelly Zion
  20. Lucre, Joshua Tesha
  21. Car, ajay srivastava
  22. Rocket Race Car, chester wellborn
  23. Cars, Matt Owen
  24. A car is just a car, Harshit Agrawal
  25. That's The Sum Of It, David Ignatow
  26. Achilles, Pete Rivera
  27. Knocked And Ran, Aziz Ahmad 'Aziz Moradabadi'
  28. In a Train-Car to the Moon With You, Seth Proch
  29. NAPELTON’S HYUNDAI IS THE BEST, Christina Sunrise
  30. Drag Race, Donald Duty 2nd
  31. The Positive and the Negative Charges, Edward Kofi Louis
  32. Fast Car, Jamie Drake
  33. Hangers, Dallin Bruun
  34. Pick Up, Adrian Cox
  35. Motor Mischief, Flying Lemming
  36. A car, Mr. Bean
  37. The Storm Nursery, sheena blackhall
  38. Dim And Divine, Naveed Akram
  39. Ecrit au bas d'un crucifix, Victor Marie Hugo
  40. The Scratch Preached, Sameer Daniel Gardner
  42. The Crash, Corey Fauchon
  43. A Bomb as a Fractal Poem, William Cavanagh
  44. Without a car in Pretoria, Gert Strydom
  45. The Car Problem, Deepta Protik Osman
  46. Apple and Ball, DILIPBHASKER MATHRA
  47. Wreck Site, Daniel Richards
  48. Fast Cars, Naveed Akram
  49. Tata Nano – the Car for All!, Dr John Celes
  50. A Fun Fill Car Ride Late In The Night, josephine lee
  51. The Three Cylinder Car That could, Mimie Durand
  52. KNOCKED AND RAN, aziz ahmad
  53. In The Car Lot, Matt Matherne
  54. War Widow, David E. Oprava
  55. A WORLD WAITS FOR YOU, Aldo Kraas
  56. The Near-Accident 7.31.2008, Margaret Alice
  57. Used Car Sales People, Francis Duggan
  58. You Feel The World's Against You, Francis Duggan
  59. A beautiful scenery of relation, sarwar chowdhury
  60. Relative Happiness, Palas Kumar Ray
  61. Happy Dog 2, Flying Lemming
  62. Boy in the car..., Maneshree Govender
  63. Cars, Sean Bitikofer
  64. Car Crash by Matt Nathanson, Frankie Renae
  65. The 'Poem A Day' Project ~ Day 234, Flying Lemming
  66. On a damp Foggy day (2007), Lillian B. Rose
  67. The 'Poem A Day' Project ~ Day 218, Flying Lemming
  68. Junky Car, Mercedes Zoller
  69. Car-washers, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  70. The game, otteri selvakumar
  71. Career, Hans Ostrom
  72. The Angel Sent to Me, Janice M Pickett
  73. On Lillian Way, Theresa Haffner
  74. Used Car Lot, TR Jones
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