Tags : Driving

Ode to Blue Haired Ladies

Ode to Blue Haired Ladies

A Poem by FlatDaddy


Ever wonder why those blue haired ladies driving monstrous cars down the highway never seem to collide with anyone? Here's the answer.
Vampire Shadow

Vampire Shadow

A Poem by SoulCrusader (Yas)


I’m like a vampire I can’t stand the light I sleep all day And stay awake all night All night long it’s just ..
Travelling by Car

Travelling by Car

A Poem by Meghan


In response to a prompt. I used to have frequent nightmares of driving, I assume because I used to be terrified of the concept.
an old-model chevrolet

an old-model chevrolet

A Poem by Daniel Atkinson


on the road again.
The Garden

The Garden

A Story by Georgina V Solly


A couple go to find a business partner whose help they need, only to find him otherwise occupied.
Deriving Freedom

Deriving Freedom

A Poem by Anna Sandy


Try to start it up, and sometimes it doesn’t turn over. Every once in awhile it squeals right before it turns over. The heat doesn’t wor..
The Robbery

The Robbery

A Story by Joseph Smith


Billy and Ray, two small time, gas station bandits find themselves in a situation neither one is quite ready to handle in this story of morality in an..
Metal Ghost

Metal Ghost

A Poem by Leigh Green


I am the low plains drifter A middle lane shifter A silver grey ghost in the night With a glass metal body That doesn’t look..
The Accident

The Accident

A Poem by w


The sky was never bright. It remained a dull grey and it was expected to rain. But for some reason it held off all day and stayed cool and ..
Traveling Near and Traveling Far

Traveling Near and Traveling Far

A Poem by Barbara Walker


My thoughts and feelings on being the only licensed driver in my immediate famiky
Like True Love's First Kiss (6.29.11)

Like True Love's First Kiss (6.29.11)

A Poem by DenyceMarie


Just about a moment in time.
learners

learners

A Poem by brianna


learning to drive
Mobile

Mobile

A Poem by Criss Jami


Why'd I hide itYeah that kind of riotWhen you sigh and the silence shrieks louder than verbs andAnd the direction the affection takes thenPressures th..
a golden sun smiles benevolence upon me

a golden sun smiles benevolence upon me

A Poem by felioness


traveling along the road to Gjurat
Please Not Again

Please Not Again

A Poem by orsunshine


I recently lost a 2nd friend due to a drunk driving accident. He was hit by a drunk driver crossing the street. This is my reaction to news and thinki..
The Passenger's Seat

The Passenger's Seat

A Poem by Sarah Stearns


The pits and pats on metal tincan make wavy images blend.And although it may be a sin,it seems the drops will never end.
Swerve

Swerve

A Poem by James William Dyer


Driving home, under the influence of narcotics, considering the state of things inside myself.
Wrecking-ball "a blue corollary"

Wrecking-ball "a blue corollary"

A Poem by Chance


No falling this time!Foot to the floorFull throttleRacingCareening Never slowingICRASHthroughyourlifeTime stopsMomentarily suspended around youJagged ..