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A Poem to Driving in the Rain: Drive with care and you might just get there
Posted by R. Wesley Lovil, Nov 15, 2009. 1432 views. ID = 2958

A Poem to Driving in the Rain

Posted by R. Wesley Lovil, Nov 15, 2009. 1432 views. ID = 2958
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In LA it rains so seldom that when it does people forget what to do and there's crashes all over the highways
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Wip wop wip wop the windshield wipers say as they try to talk
I hear them speak I hear them well, 'we'll do our job to help you see'
They do their best I have to say, and if they did failed I'd have to walk
I hold the wheel at ten and two for we all see, safe driving's the key
And if by chance you see me spinning, round and round upon the road
I'll tell you up front I did my best and if you will, just hear my plea
I blame the rain and not myself and yet, what if my driving I had slowed
The car might have stopped while on the road instead of sliding into that tree


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