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Poems About: CAR

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  • 73.

    Non, il a porté le fiel en notre sein
    Tu as prévenu à ce moment
    Il a cherché crié mais le chien
    il a regardé et retourné le cri read more »

    Marcel Aouizerate
  • 74.
    Traffic Jam

    The sun has risen, the world is new,
    The sky has a new shade of blue.
    Under this vast open what do we see?
    I am sure it's something that'll make you flee. read more »

    Wini Jose
  • 75.
    Motor Mischief

    I stand outside all night cos you wont put me away
    My silver body work is a grim kind of grey
    You drive me miles and miles every single day
    It’s not much fun being your car read more »

    Flying Lemming
  • 76.
    Pick Up

    Pick Up

    In the car park
    the man sits in his car, read more »

    Adrian Cox
  • 77.
    A Mother With A Purpose

    She ran

    Between the lanes read more »

    Rubaba Mmahajia Rahma Sabtiu
  • 78.
    War Widow

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    David E. Oprava
  • 79.
    The Positive and the Negative Charges

    More people die yearly in car accidents than in a plane crash,
    But the British, John Boyd Dunlop, invented the rubber tyre in 1888. read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 80.

    Driving down Okeechobee heading west,
    I stop at a car dealership I like best.
    Napleton’s Hyundai is where I bought my car,
    they are the greatest car dealership by far. read more »

    Christina Sunrise
  • 81.
    You Feel The World's Against You

    You feel the World's against you your car has broken down
    Way out there in the country miles from the nearest town
    You sit there in the driver seat your head bowed against the wheel
    Thinking to yourself I'd be better off dead this is how low you do feel. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 82.

    I was hit by a car, I was completely numb,

    I was hit by a car, I was stunned. read more »

    Suzae Chevalier
  • 83.
    A Contemporary World

    A crowd of people were staring
    At the cold dead body
    That was lying in the street. read more »

    Arsiema Berhane
  • 84.
    On Lillian Way

    cold gray against greenish black
    street lamp globes against
    rectangle buildings read more »

    Theresa Haffner
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