ajay srivastava

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Car Poem by ajay srivastava


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.

Numerous design, make, color and shine
Automatic system make it more attractive
Huge space inside give feeling of comfort
Forced to say I should have company of car.

Car is a time saving medicine, which is need of the hour
One city to another city, even one country to another country
Play important role in tourism of country
Of course car relate to economic growth.

From noise to noise free car
From hand to automatic and remote control system
From heated and low speed to air-condition and high speed car
A result of technical know and development.

It’s owner always feel themselves special
Keep body and mind refresh as well as active
Still many don’t have car comfort
Car is a symbol & status of hi-fi society.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013

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