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Author Name: FreeFirestoneFeinberg 3 Comments
Date Added: March 07, 2012 14:03:50 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Thirty years ago
My father bought
A toy truck
for the kids.

The kids grew up.
My father’s dead.
As it was —
The toy truck is.

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Comment By: FreeAlistair Muir on March 8, 2012 01:44:12 AM Report
A neat poem -- the truck can still be handed down bridging generations.  A nice poem displaying continuity


Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on March 7, 2012 05:26:24 PM Report
I bet you still have that toy truck!!!
Comment By: FreeJohn Armlovich on March 7, 2012 04:20:21 PM Report

the toy truck is.....? is what? I dont really understand the ending of this. its a decent poem, short and to the point. well done,



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