A Heinous Crime

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Just a little poem about some retirees.

Submitted: September 17, 2016

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My next-door neighbors are retired now

And, golly, wouldn't you know

They travel all over and see the sights

Buying bumper-stickers as they go.

 

Yes --- they buy bumper-stickers

To show where they've gone

And they stick them on their ride.

Some fall off but most stay on.

 

Disneyland to Disney World

Their Bumper Stickers loudly boast,

Now there's one that sports the news

"From San Francisco to the Jersey Coast".

 

Now --- there are new additions

For Florida to Toronto,

Niagara Falls was in the mix,

The Great Lakes and Chicago.

 

They are truly the traveling duo,

Their bumper-sticker say,

Oklahoma, Kansas City,

And Little-Rock for a day.

 

They're always somewhere seeing the country,

One state at a time,

But there's no-more space for bumper-stickers

Without committing a heinous crime.

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Ah, look, a towing trailer

And an additional billboard sign!

 

 

D. Thurmond / JEF --- 09-15-2016

Rew. = 02-03-2018


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