Sharing My Thrills- - -Four In One - Poem by Melvina Germain
The coal Train (1)
Some call it a rush, I call it a thrill,
standing on top of coals while the train goes down the hill.
Rocking and staggering, feeling like you'll tumble down,
taking those coals and throwing them to the ground.
Stranger in the night (2)
Sitting in the night with nothing else to do,
staring at my screen and thinking of you.
Ahh the thrill is, I don't know who you are,
are you my neighbour or someone from afar.
The Greed Of Excitement (3)
Standing in the ring while motor cycles blast,
smiling and standing, this is my task.
They whip around me, at awesome crazy speeds,
I laugh and laugh for excitement is my greed.
The Tar Bridge (4)
Crossing the tar bridge on a sunny afternoon,
watching the hot steam penetrate the air.
I felt a thrill while I was standing there,
no rails to hold, the tracks opened wide.
One little slip, I know I'll fall inside.
The thrill was an addiction, I kept going back for more.
Now the thrill is over, I live across the shore.
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