Keep going

Posted: April 28, 2010 in Uncategorized

The rubber tires screech to a stop over the rough pavement
He taps his fingers on the steering wheel
To the beat of the music
blasting out of the speakers
His aviators were tilted down,
So he could see over the top of them
On his face he wore
a slight smile,
a sideways smirk slapped on his face.
Where was he going?
He didnt know
He could be anywhere in the galaxy,
as long as he was in his
beloved fire-truck red convertible
with shiny tire and leather seats
The light switched quickly to green
Ge stompted on the pedal,
cruising down main street.
He passed sad looking store fronts,
and big huge billboards.
Soon he was on the highway.
He kept going.
Over bridges overlooking fresh clear waters
he passed signs telling him where he is,
but he doesnot care
He kept driving, enjoying himself,
he passed rolling hills,
and rows of cornfields.
Soon he relized what was happening,
and it filled him with dread,
but he didnot care
He knew what was happening
and he hated it
but he did not care
He could not escape
Soon he passed waterfalls
with clear water splashing heavily over slick black rocks
He passed through the hot deserts of nevada,
in which desert sand kidcked up aganst the red finish of the car
this made his mile drop off of his face
but he didnot care
He passed casinos and gambling of las vegas
Loud people shouting everywhere
and it set his nerves on edge
but he didnot care
Next he finds his care in the mountains,
snow peppering their tops.
this is no place for his convertible
but he doesnot care
soon he was driving down main street again,
ready to repeat the whole process
No matter how much he tryed,
he couldnt press the break
and he didnt care
He was trapped in a night mare,
no way out
He was trapped like a bird in a cage,
waiting to be freed

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