Daily Prompt, humor, poetry, writing

The car in the garage

bad poetry

There’s a statue in the corner
That reminds me of you
There’s a car in the garage
And it’s colour is blue

You light up the room
With all your appeal
The car in the garage
Has more than one wheel

You’re sweet dulcet tones
Could lull me to sleep
The car in the garage
Is definitely, not, a Jeep

Those mystical black tresses
The distinguished streaks, highlight
The car in the garage
Has the steering wheel, on the right

Whenever you’re near
You ignite several fires
The car in the garage
Needs some new tyres

There’s nothing about you
That I don’t adore
The car in the garage
Has more than one door

A spoonful of sugar
could not be as sweet
The car in the garage
Always has your seat

The first time that we met
I couldn’t help but pursue
The car in the garage
Chauffeured just for you

6 Comments

  1. It’s as beautiful as the one sitting in the car.

  2. Lovely. Think the season is softening you up.

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