Thank You Driver

Thank You Driver

A Poem by Krista Gallant

They pull away together, his hand upon her helm

Embarking the never-ending thoroughfare realm

The roar of her diesel engine, prepared for the run

Venturing through all weather, even blistering sun

 

The weariness in his eyes as his companion leads

Continuously hammering down at governed speeds

He wields his fine beauty as if they were only one

Trying to keep all safe until the day’s hours are done

 

Constantly required to procure and deliver the haul

Being at the mercy of Mother Nature’s thrall

And how others need to be aware of their environs

Devastation could be had from negligent actions

 

Stay out of harm's way and until we meet again

You’ll remain in my thoughts and prayers my friend

For if your stay home is only for a short sojourn

May the roads remain safe for your next return

© 2014 Krista Gallant


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That is well written..thanks for sharing :)

Posted 6 Years Ago


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Krista Gallant

6 Years Ago

Thank you very much :D
stars are far

6 Years Ago

my pleasure :)

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Krista Gallant
Krista Gallant

Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada



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Self-proclaimed poet who's imaginative awareness must be expressed through rhythmic sound and word choices with the hope of evoking an emotional response. more..

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