Poems about Car poems

Read poems about Car from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Car by going to the submit poem page.

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Police - Speeding Car by Paul Warren

Gordon Loft was a traffic officer working radar dutyWhose wife and daughter was in a family beautyHis crew were operating the radar on Gorge roadAnd detected an offender in speeding car modeSo Gor

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Car Trip by Brooke Rose

Once apon a time, long, long agoDaddy's car broke down when he bumped into a doe.Mummy got her mobile, and called it to get towedBut when the fella came he said it was too big a load.Brother bough

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Car Festival by DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK

June-July with its divine hues comes every year; Bringing car festival of its kind very rare, Heaven of earth as people call it is Puri Dham, Becomes lively, vibrant and colourful, When Gods from

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Lyrics/Fast Car/ Tracy Chapman by Lilyann Monahan

« prev. song next song »Fast CarYou got a fast carI want a ticket to anywhereMaybe we make a dealMaybe together we can get somewhereAnyplace is betterStarting from zero got nothing to lose

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Car Bomb by Oskar Hansen

Cars and donkey carts, dust and noise, heat and mobof humanity in a narrow street...Shoving and pushing yet affable, of peoples who share a common bond.A sharp flash that for a moment blinds the s

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Ode To Josiah (Living In A Car) by Alfred Ramos

He ranFast as anyone canAway from homeHe chose to roamDidn’t get alongBut he took his songHe ran farNow living in a carNot much companySuch an epiphanyFreedom rangEvery time he sangSleep

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Without A Car In Pretoria by Gert Strydom

There are few things that bother as muchas to look for you carand almost to count the other car’s, when you come round a cornerand to be without a car in Pretoriaand to know the fearthat it is

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Little Mr Hansford’s Car by Paul Hansford

A thousand children. How could I rememberall of them? I was the teacher; they were thereto learn. Those were our roles; that was the contract.They would move up and I move on, for all of usalways

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Immoral Car Show by Robert Rorabeck

I don’t know sh^t: I studied enough to learnThe job, But I forgot everything: In the new continent where I watched my peersKill Christians; But all I killed was a dancing chicken, And the tree

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Car Crash In Reverse by Elannia Lake

Walls of white surround Constant beeping is the only sound Can’t move, I cry out in pain Then they sedate me again Lights are flashing The ambulance is arriving I can see the sympathetic look

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Classic Car by Ray Feasey

The leather upholstery and walnut dashNothing plastic looking cheap or brashThe shiny chrome and deep rug pileJust sitting in it brings a smileTo clean for hours on weekend dayThen fill with pet

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Just A Silly Car Wash by Loyd C. Taylor, Sr.

So, it’s just a silly car wash? My friend, it’s so much more! It’s an opportunity to help—A noble cause now at your door.You say she’s not that dirtyAnd that you can’t afford to stop

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