Truckload

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Description of the life of truck and truckers.

Submitted: May 11, 2017

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Is it a man in a monster

Or a monster in a man

It pushed the boundaries of frontier

And lays to waste all that’s land

 

From high above all are small

It can take on dozens of drones

Under it’s eighteen wheel all fall

What remains are trashed thrones

 

Yet the man in it is meek

Runs the monster for a pretty penny

Gets stopped by the sleek

Shiny suits who put on him the genie

 

From giant to dwarf in seconds

That’s the life of the road

Always busy without seconds

And there’s always always a load

 

Bad rep follows everywhere

No one knows where it came from

But it’s hard to be fair

When the dreads moving dome is called home.


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