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‘If I pass you,you’d betetr get a move on.’Baby, get off the road
-I’ve got my wheels and I’m ready to roll.Being British I didn’t hop
into a Chevvyand head for the levee, but borrowedAndrea downstairs elderly
Avengerand headed off to Hampton Courta mile of straight road between two
parkswith a fifty speed limit.My gear changes were a triumph!I remembered
how to brake, I used my mirrors,I signalled, I manoevered like the goddessI
had now metamorphosed into.I came to grief after my first ratttling hot
runon a left hand turn, mounted the pavement,grazed a Royal Mail postbox.
Bounced off again.Looked warily in the rear mirror. No one.My internalised
driving instructor raiseda sardonic Polish eyebrow, and sighed.I ignored
him, eased off the clutch, slappedthe car into first and drove, inane
face-wrappinggrin firmly in place.I’m going to miss you…..

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Poet: Anne Sexton
Poem: The Fury Of Abandonment
Added: Feb 21 2003
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Poem of the Day: May 26 2010


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