We have very little money so we're living in our truck.
We are in need of shelter but sadly, we are out of luck.
My wife's dad offered to give us shelter but we had to obey his rules.
I turned him down, some people call me a rebel, others call me a fool.
I would **** to have a bed that is nice and soft.
Winter is coming up so we'll freeze our ***** off.
When a man cussed my wife and I out, he had the mouth of a sailor.
He beat me up because we secretly moved into his travel trailer.
He said we could've lived in his travel trailer if we had asked first.
As he beat me senseless, I thought I would be hauled in a hearse.
We are both broke, people certainly can't say that we have big bucks.
Because I'm a rebel who won't live by rules, we'll continue to live in our truck.
THIS POEM IS PARTIALLY BASED ON A TRUE STORY.
The three wheeled truck sees the fours and asks itself "Why can't I be like that?"
The three wheeled truck has two four wheeled parents, but still only has three wheels.
The three wheeled truck is a bit slower than four and is unable to haul as much.
The three wheeled truck is left to rust.
i see a blue
you don't drive
I've been looking for a Christmas Tree
The search has been so hard
Last night, I found the perfect one
Outside in my front yard
I venture past it every day
But, it never caught my eye
The tree is forty two feet tall
It reaches to the sky
Last night as I was leaving home
The moon shone oh so bright
It caught the snow on one low branch
And it really was a sight
I looked at it much closer
Saw perfection to my surprise
I'd been looking for the perfect tree
And here it was before my eyes
I couldn't bring it in the house
It would stay out front for all to see
We'd decorate it outside where it stood
The Perfect Christmas Tree
We started putting lights on it
We could only go so high
A neighbor stopped on his way home
with an idea he said to try
He came back by this morning
With some friends and just our luck
They came with two long ladders
And a bright red fire truck
In no time all the neighbors
Started coming by to see
They all bought decorations
For our giant Christmas Tree
It took two days to finish it
This tree that stood so tall
We planned to light it up that evening
To be seen by one and all
On Christmas Eve it happened
The fire truck made one last stop
They extended both their ladders
We put the star up on the top
It was perfect, and we knew it
The neighborhood was there as one
The lights and decorations
Made it light up like the sun
So, next time you need something
Look around and you might find
Perfection, like our Christmas Tree
Just as God designed
A love of law that my sisters groove on this highway!
Feast your eyes upon all the
trapped in the grills of fat and
so far away from the idyllic blades of
crossing ***-hole asphalted rivers where
We all get hurt crossing seemingly
and end up in some wolf-dressed-as-sheep
are we different from the insects
If only you could wiggle your body more to the side
but the alligator never slows and the wind is a bonafide
At least I can see whats ahead, might as well enjoy the ride.
Frickin' freckin' fruckin' fruck
Fifty bucks to fix my truck
Out of luck
I'm stuck here now
i sat in my mother's truck for the first time in a week
his hair covered the cab seats
and stuck to my pants
i noticed his collar on the dash
all dogs die
but maybe they go to heaven
my dog passed away a week ago from yesterday. i feel so much grief, and i feel so guilty even though i didnt do anything. so heres an emo poem.
I remember driving down the sun-baked
city street, on a mission to find
something, somewhere, which
now I cannot remember.
But I do remember this: you pulled
the truck aside and said, “Go grab some of
those pods off those trees.”
When I protested you simply gestured
for me to get going.
To this day, I still have mimosa and catalpa beans
stashed away in an old cigar box, silk trees
waiting to be planted in the
rich, dark earth.