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Broken-down Chevy

Steady Ready Chevy Heavy Everyone push, steady! — all ready? This broken-down Chevy is heavy. ~ an EWK Tyburn Poe’em   ©2016 EWK (A Tyburn poem contains six verses of a 2:2:2:2:9:9 syllabic pattern. The first four lines rhyme and are

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Cloverleaf

Long car ride Are we there Yet? Almost. Turn signal Shifting lanes Need to pee. Spiral ramp Exiting Cloverleaf. ~ an EWK Tricubic Poe’em   ©2016 EWK (a Tricubic poem is composed of 3 syllables per verse, 3 verses per stanza,

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Horizontal Gravity

        We lean this way And that         as counterweights                                      aligned guiding our paths           along.         aside                           Hands holding on                                    

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Car Wash

Keeping up appearances is such a matter. Rivulets of soaps, soils and suds Whisked and whirling buffing brush beaters Patter sounding… thud, thud, swoosh and a swoosh and thud. Neon’ish lights dictate modes of indication. Steam hot water, soapy spritz

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