A Chapter by Dave Brown



Where I left it,

Can’t quite remember

Priddy sure it was blue

Think it had a rear-ender

Know it was someplace priddy near

Really firget what color or year

There was something about rural

Coulda been parked near a mural


Think the design is maybe outdated

And the payload a bit overrated

And I know in back of my mind

Its technology could be refined

But I know that she’s mine

But she’s Priddy hard to find


Guess I’m not really sure where I am

And not really sure why I’m here

But I’ll just keep looking

Think it’s a Ford

Maybe its been stored

I’ll look as long as it takes

Or at least til my cane breaks




© 2021 Dave Brown

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Last time I was in a car, years ago, a friend drove me to a doctor appt. After I was done & back out in the parking lot, I could not remember one single thing about her car, so I searched for an embarrassingly long time! Since she had been driving around while I was in the doctor's, I had no idea what part of the parking lot she might've been in! I was one of those old people freaking out, not knowing how to get reconnected! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 6 Months Ago


6 Months Ago

I can imagine how frustrating that must be for you . . . *sigh!*
Dave Brown

6 Months Ago

not as frustrating as what you have to deal with

6 Months Ago

Yeah, but the big difference is you want it, & I don't. It's harder for you cuz you miss it . . .
LOL, this is cute, when i look for my car, i set off my alarm so i know where I parked my car

Posted 6 Months Ago

Dave Brown

6 Months Ago

That shows a degree of intelligence that I have yet to grasp
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