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Thoughts of a trolley by Denver Fredericks

Postby Denver » Mon Oct 30, 2006 3:44 am

Thoughts of a trolley

Thoughts a trolley circled in the spar
Reverie broken by the squeak of a wheel
All steel and red, barred and hinged
Carrying obediently the users 2 meals

The gentle tug altering its route
Course that was destined to the exit
Ended up down the hygiene aisle
?Reincarnation we now regret it?

Here destined to roam in and out
Down the bakery up the fridge?s
May see the cars today and sunlight
?Bag-lady take me across the bridges?

So thoughts range while stacked tight
Awaiting the warmth of human touch
A load, the walkway dash and the outside
?I want out this is just way too much!?

Denver Fredericks
Copyright 2006

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