Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 16,611 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Confessions (Revised) - Poem by Margaret Alice Second

Oh dear, I'm even worse than I was in the big,
heavy Jeep; driving a nifty Suzuki today I came
to a strange conclusion traffic was jammed and
decided to switch lanes - left hand indicator on
though in far right lane, two stationery queues
behind as I stood my ground to cross in front of
all of them - and guess what, no-one honked!
All those drivers must have hated me yet not
a soul made a sound. I felt so guilty as I turned,
the robot lights changing red before jammed-up
lanes could flow again, I was sure my guardian
angels would be so angry with me, I repeated
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, as I drove away...

31 May 2012

Comments about Confessions (Revised) by Margaret Alice Second

  • Heather Wilson (6/1/2012 12:57:00 AM)

    I`m think many could relate to this one, but you owned up, a great write. (Report) Reply

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