A Heinous Crime

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Just a little poem about some retirees.

Submitted: September 17, 2016

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My neighbors are retired.

Don't you know?

They go from state to state

And are always on the go.

They buy bumper-stickers

To show off where they've gone

And they stick them to their ride;

Some fall off and some stay on.

 

Disneyland to Disney World

Their Bumper Stickers loudly boast

Now there's ones that sport the news

From San Francisco to the Jersey Coast

Then there are the ones

From Florida to Toronto

Across to Niagara Falls

And to the Great Lakes and Chicago.

 

They are truly the traveling duo,

Their bumper-sticker say,

Oklahoma, Kansas City

Then Little Rock for a day.

Off again to see the country,

One state at a time,

But there's no more space for bumper-stickers

Without committing a heinous crime.

 

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


© Copyright 2017 D. Thurmond, aka, JEF. All rights reserved.

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