Gasoline - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
Ganonoque is a town
It is base for boats-bikes.
This city has its own dos, don’ts
The same are settlements on borders.
Gasoline is cheaper
Some come with jerry cans
Buy in bulk, on truck to the boats
They end up in US, New York
The income is spent on booze and girls
Also on whatever is cheaper over there.
Border towns can be fun all around
The same are regardless, USA to Peru, Persian Gulf.
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