HOT WHEELS

HOT WHEELS

A Poem by Julie Grenness
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Bit of harmless fun.

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HOT WHEELS.


I went from broke to buying a Lamborghini,

Price tag not so teeny,

Sleek and black, for my driving academy,

Or should I buy a red Ferrari?

Command a salesman to 'comprare'?

Wouldn't he be a happy chappy?

But would it make me happy?

I could be buying loads of stuff,

but when you're old, you've got enough!

To me, consumerism is in vain,

My peaceful simple life in the slow lane.

So, today, I did not buy the red Ferrari,

Or indeed, the sleek Lamborghini,

There was no Hot Wheels Driving School,

Consumerism as a manipulative tool!

© 2015 Julie Grenness


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Julie, a very fun piece. I like it a great deal. I thought you would end up buying an old cheap clunker. hahaha

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Added on July 10, 2015
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Tags: Hot wheels, Lamborghini, Ferrari.

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Julie Grenness
Julie Grenness

Bayswater, Melbourne., Victoria., Australia



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Greetings, my name is Julie. I live in Victoria, Australia. I am a 61 yo widow, a mostly retired teacher and tutor. Currently, I tutor two ESL students in English, as well as Maths and Science. Scribb.. more..

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