Cars Here And There - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
I drove to L.A.,
And witnessed the smog.
There were cars here and there.
I tried to drive one way,
Then I tried to drive another direction,
But the smog and cars caused much confusion.
I decided to leave L.A.,
But couldn't do it.
For it's beauty.
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