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A Car Too Small

A Car Too Small By Elton Camp These high gas prices nearly all resent From reasonable to scandalous it went It’s a situation that I truly abhor I can’t drive a Town Car anymore To take a vacation in our SUV Is a luxury we’ll never more see For a Prius I was about to pay But then I saw another way A car so tiny that it has to run cheap At such a bargain, I was quick to leap It could fit the smallest parking space But premium fuel seemed a big waste A week’s groceries I could still buy To fit them inside, don’t even try The Interstate, on my route did lie ’Twas horrible being hubcap high Every time a huge semi went by Into the ditch, I thought I’d fly I hurried on home with great fear But on the way, I struck a deer The deer laughed and ran away In little pieces, my new car lay Back to car-hunting with a sigh A big Hummer I decided to buy

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Date: 8/25/2013 6:29:00 AM
- A nice poem with humor ... enjoyed reading, Elton. - oxox / / Anne-Lise :)
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Date: 8/25/2013 6:35:00 AM
Thanks for reading and for your kind comment.