Marion Michaels

(Black River Falls, WI, USA)

Hitchhiker - Poem by Marion Michaels

(An actual happening. It begins. . . ) We were driving home in my trusty old car,
Just been downtown, not traveling far,
When we spied a wanderer 'longside the road,
With a long box-like thing, a heavy load.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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