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Silver Sea
by A PAX
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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Silver Sea



I've lost my way in a silver sea,
In a silver sea of shine
Enduring fickle weather
In search of what is mine

Bright silver takes, vast forms of shape
From wide and full to small
I stretch my neck, to try and find
A way home from the mall

I press my key to no avail
No beeping do I hear
So up and down the rows I go
To spot my licensed rear

What numbered isle did I use
What door was my egress
From what store did I enter
I search without success

Oh why the countless silver cars
Was there a sale on paint
Through heat and snow I walk the isles
I sigh, with some complaint

To change the color of my car
And make it quite unique
Some zebra stripes or tye dye look
Would save my weary feet

Pax
A
6/29/11



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Reviewed by Donna Swanson 3/3/2012
I love this! That's the great thing about the new car keys. If I lose the van, I can just hit the panic button and broadcast to the whole mall where my car is parked! What a boon for us silver oldies!
Reviewed by Odin Roark 2/25/2012
How many times have we all had such a frustration? Your style of charming our angst is not without appreciation, I'm sure. Well done.
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 7/9/2011
Anita, this is witty and fun. Never happens to me. My truck is unique:)
Sheila
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/6/2011
Enjoyed this very clever pen!
Reviewed by neerja gandhi 7/2/2011
yes, do that Pat..mark it for easy spotting..i too have encountered this weary way but in search of my driver !!! He's good in 'disappearance acts' , now that i've given him a mobile......heeheee... Enjoyed this lovely write.. :)best wishes.neerja
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 7/1/2011
Funny, yes. and a little frightening. I may color my car gone. -gene.
Reviewed by Shay White 6/29/2011
Oh the perils of the parking lot! What fun poem and well written, thanks for sharing.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 6/29/2011
Pax,
I'm with Amor...this is great -
written with humour and a light touch
and the point is well made, the anonymity,
sameness, conformity, death of the individual,
swallowed by corporate control.
Love it!

John
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/29/2011
Now that's a cute little write. I hear they have chrome paint now. That way your car would outshine the rest. ;-)

Ron
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 6/29/2011
This is great...I love it...not that I ever get lost and unable to find my car but if they were all the same color? who knows!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/29/2011
I'd go for the tye-dye look, it will rarely be copied...hope you didn't walk home...;-)e
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 6/29/2011
amen to that!
be well, dear one!
carolyn
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