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Trailer Trash
by Ed Matlack

Sunday, July 17, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Trailer Trash…


 


Starting to feel like trailer trash,


Got three cars in the yard,


A dog as well, can’t say where I got my stash,


At least though I got teeth in my mouth,


Well, where they can be seen in the front,


I does live in New Joisey, in the far deepest south…J 


 


Okay so my cars are maybe a bit too new,


But I just started at this and I only have a few,


Rufuz living underneath the trailer,


On a leash is he making me feel the part of a jailer…J


 


Tree’s surrounding my home, shading me from the sun,


But no porch to sit on though we do under our awning,


We does use the septic tank for swimming hole fun,


Bathing & drinking we save for the creek when the fish are spawning,


Early in the morning we does get washed,


When the sun is as well dawning…J


        © ed ~ 7/17/05


 


 


 

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Reviewed by Reginald Birch (Reader) 7/20/2005
No room for a 5 wheeler there and remember you will need another vericle.
Take care on them roads my friend,


Reg.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/18/2005
I like Mountain Poet's idea! And don't let anyone talk you into stopping your marvelous septic tank swims - Swim On!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/17/2005
Your photo shows a very comfortable home.......I am thinking I should think about truck driving if it means you can have three cars!
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 7/17/2005
Yeah, I believe every bit of the sewer stuff and all, hee, hee.
Ed's New & Used, but not Rufuz For Sale, nor the trailer
cause it don't leek?
Hope life is being good to you Rufuz, oh, and Ed too.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 7/17/2005
Somehow that "trailer" just doesn't quite fit my mental image of the trailer trash mentality, Ed. Nice Rig! Yard looks right nice too.

Take care,

Sherry
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/17/2005
Sooner or later you had to write on this subject. It was in your destiny.

Ron

P.S. I'm back. I only leave to work and live, and throw out the tr..h.
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 7/17/2005
All you have to do is replace the tires with cement blocks and you're almost there. Then let the grass grow about three feet and you've got a backyard Jeff Foxworthy would be proud of.
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 7/17/2005
Looks like a beautiful place to live. Although I don't know if I'd go swimming in the septic tank...LOL...funny thought though. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/17/2005
This is picture perfect...love it!!

Has Rufuz got his "doggie" car licence yet?

hey your lawn needs mowing too...time to sweat it out..if not pay your neighbours a visit okayyyy!!

Love Tinka

Reviewed by Dave Harm 7/17/2005
good write... but... the trailer trash I knew, many eons ago, could buy ten trailers for the price of one of the SUVs



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