The Van

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Another poem for English class. It's about my mom's minnivan, which has a SUV's engine, and can go 100 without breaking a sweat. Enjoy! :P

Submitted: March 11, 2009

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Submitted: March 11, 2009



My skin is sleek and shiny, like blue glass

My paws are round and black and fast

My eyes are yellow and shining to light the darkest night

My body is big and strong, I run with all my might

My heart and Brain, they are the same

Steel pumping the oil that is my blood

My muscles are iron, coils and springs

to power me over the asphalt, through mud

My reins are a wheel, to turn my feet

the way you wish to go

My saddle is in my belly, to carry you

to and fro

I have no hunger, olny thirst

To quench with gallons of gas

and when my thirst is satisfied

I run down asphalt fast

I run around the town

Down roads with bends and curves in

Obeying your every command without rest

your loyal beast of burden

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