A New Dilemma

Rating: 2.2

She was not happy
to be left, like surplus iron
and promptly visited
the night after the deal.
She whispered sweetly
that whatever 'she' can do,
meaning the new one,
by the name of Juliette,
she'd beat it by a tractionless
and bumpy, rain-soaked
country mile. And would I,
if it came down to it,
welcome her back,
even as second fiddle?
I said I would.

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Herbert Nehrlich1 13 September 2005

No Sherrie it is about the old girl that got traded in. I never met the one whose computer had been malprogrammed. Didn't want to. Nostalgia about the old girl... H

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is this about the new hemi? the one that replaced the 'defective' one?

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