Biking Along - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
I clearly thought that sidewalks
Were for running very fast.
But then I thought they were
For walking very slow at last.
No matter how I looked at these sidewalks
I couldn't figure out what to do
So I hopped, skipped and jumped crazily
And broke all the rules regarding me and you.
But you see the sidewalk
Didn't have any real rules
Except to give right of way
To other walkers also on their walk.
So from now I rode my bicycle
I used my skateboard too.
I now knew
That the sidewalk didn't have too many a rule.
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