Below is the poem entitled Total Trash Pile which was written by poet
Horn. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
Read Poems by
Total Trash Pile
We had just been leaving our humble abode
When I told husband to keep eye on the road;
Stop looking at all of the scenery around
And always continue to be safe and sound.
Did drive by what was a big dump
Full of rusted out cars and a tree stump;
Free from Brunswick County, we finally are
After driving away in our incredible car.
While there had been riding on our bike
When we say a Louie Lewis look alike
And no matter which way all his trash falls,
There he was wearing his coveralls.
So back to high society returned again;
Then a great restaurant we went right in;
When by a waiter we had been met,
All of Brunswick County did try to forget.
PS. Louis Lewis is owner of a big bunch
of trashed cars.