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Poems About: CAR

In this page, poems on / about “car” are listed.

  • 25.
    Wreck Site

    How many wrecks does it take
    How many broken necks will snap
    How many bones will break, before you leave sober from the bar…? read more »

    Daniel Richards
  • 26.

     as gate stripes swing down
      count the cars hauling distance
        upgrade through town: read more »

    Philip Booth
  • 27.
    The Scratch Preached

    An enthusiastic young man bought a car new,
    And with equal enthusiasm he wrote on it
    'God loves you'. read more »

    Sameer Daniel Gardner
  • 28.
    Without a car in Pretoria

    There are few things that bother as much
    as to look for you car
    and almost to count the other car’s,
    when you come round a corner read more »

    Gert Strydom
  • 29.
    In The Car Lot

    Taken from the Lyrics of 'In The Ghetto' by Elvis Presley
    and rewritten to reflect the current state of GM and it's Dealerships. read more »

    Matt Matherne
  • 30.
    Tata Nano – the Car for All!

    A car quite big and yet so small!
    A car that’s meant for people all;
    More than a two-wheeler in cost,
    The Tata Nano is quite fast. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 31.
    A car

    read more »

    Mr. Bean
  • 32.

    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. read more »

    Diane Hine
  • 33.
    New Car

    I go and get my new car today, boy I'm so excited
    I chose it yesterday, I can't wait to be reunited
    It's shiny and black with alloy wheels and a spoiler on the back. read more »

    Melanie Harris
  • 34.

    Combination of attractive physique and comfort
    a medium of connectivity and economic growth
    a mixture of technical innovation& development
    undoubtedly owner’s pride and little bit matter of envy. read more »

    ajay srivastava
  • 35.

    I got into my car. I drove it
    so it joined other cars in a long,
    noisy line between one city
    and another. To my left read more »

    Hans Ostrom
  • 36.
    The Car Problem


    My mother, to shop went, read more »

    Deepta Protik Osman
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