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Here’s another poem in regards to cars and their headlights shining too bright at night while tailgating those who are driving the speed limit:
“As I drive home safely, you flash your lights so bright that drivers from both sides of the road cannot see ahead.
Determined to ensure that safety is important for both drivers, you’re speeding at an instant rate where accidents happen and many can be dead from such tragic wrecks.
As many drivers assume that these colorful bright lights deem to be illegal, please lower your flash beams for everyone’s safety concern.
My, your headlights are quite bright. Please turn them down on the road tonight and have a Merry Christmas.”
Although my poems are not planned out in advance, here is a relatively small poem women and men together can relate to when falling in love:
“The amount of time we spend alone, says how much we care for one another.
Through the tunnels we travel through together, nothing is impossible without holding onto each other.
Oh how we are meant for one another, we are birds of a feather that flock together.”