Francis Santaquilani


Cash Loans On Car Titles - Poem by Francis Santaquilani

Did I tell you I'm taking a paper route?

It'll be dark, no one will see me anyway.

I may even take two.

The kids won't even know I'm gone.

I can stuff a lot of papers in my Lumina.

When it's running.

Ha, ha, ha.


There's also a place that buys scrap gold.

I think it's called Dixie Pawn.

I wonder if they'll take my gold tooth?

Ha, ha, ha.


I passed it on the the way back from

Cash Express. You know,

That bright yellow and red building in

Back of the Dollar General?

It's the one with the big, flashing sign,

'Cash Loans on Car Titles'.


Thanks for the lift.

You can dropp me off here.

They're always hiring here.

See the sign?

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 6, 2005

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 4, 2007


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