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J unkyard  treasure discovered under a pile of  worn tires held together with bailing wire duct tape and faith.

A ntique veteran of time traveled back roads before the miles of asphalt Interstate highways were laid still refusing to retire

L and yacht Titanic once admired by wanting eyes viewed now with glares seeing only your wounds of wear unnoticed is your loyal service

O pulent commander surrendering right of way to compacts and sportscars with reputations of low gas milage performance

P ile of sun tortured rusted metal past resurrection of a Simoniz massage to restore the brillance you once shined when your paint glimmered color

Y our perservance I  rewarded with my grin of  appreciation everytime the key turned in the ignition sparking life into your forever engine  delivering me to another destination.
Jalopy my first  car introduced me to  street freedom a magic carpet with four wheels three on the tree my ride I'd drive with  pride in my youth
Jalopy we journeyed teenaged  smiling miles together never will I forget open roads with speed that beat the racing wind cruising just me and you Cruising just me and you.

Copyright © Judge Burdon | Year Posted 2019


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