Shaina Lloyd


The Car Crash


I will tell you a story
about how I found my way
and how my guardian angel
saved my life that day
When I went driving in my car
five cars crashed right in front of me
three of the cars had gone in a ditch
the other two cars was the worst to see
they flipped in every direction
and finally landed on the ground
the people inside of them
not making a sound
I got out of my car
to see if any were okay
six people were alive
twelve didn't make it that day
The two cars that flipped
had families of three
none of them had made it
that was worse to see
I could have been in that wreck
but I guess God had a plan for me
to tell the story of the crash
and to let drunk drivers see

Submitted: Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011
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