shimon weinroth

Motorized - Poem by shimon weinroth

Most people think, they are moral
Or pretend to be
Neither are possible if you drive
Or have a license to

Obey the rules and traffic laws
Considerate of human relations
You are doomed
To end up in a hospital or traffic court

Never arrive at your destination
Or find a place to park
You must be suicide prone
Eacn time you get behind the wheel

If you consider moral responsibility
You become a menace to a certain society of drivers
If you intend to give right of way
You'll never succeed in leaving your home

If you hesitate too long the car will stall
If you drive too slow you'll cause a jam
If you speed you might cause an accident
But if you rely on a sense of a'prioi

You might survive in such a jungle of nerves
But may have sacrificed
A higher code of morals
And lost some humanity

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 25, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, November 27, 2010

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