I want to write, but how do I start?
The guy in the back says: ‘’Go!’’
When I hit on the gas the whole engine halts;
so maybe I should have gone slow.
Come-on start over.
There’s a flaw in the flow somewhere.
I stand in the way of a great forward motion
(the guy in the back doesn’t care.)
Perhaps what I need is something new fangle,
but all of the new stuff, I don’t like.
The guy in the back, right now I could strangle!
when he says:
‘You know, you might like a bike.’
It’s the view from the back I should like to distangle,
for I’ve always hated Hindsight.
©2011 Marvin Loyd Welborn
interesting that you almost make writing like a race. well, when it comes to these prompts, it almost is a race because you wanna be one of the first on the list for better exposure.
what a fun thought, well penned.
Wow! Nice structure.. I love such free verses. 🙂
hope all is well,
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Hello, you win perfect poet award for week 56, hope that you have enjoyed it.
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fabulous poetry along the way, keep those gems coming.
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