Saturday, July 5, 2008

Trucks for men and boys

Cars and trucks
Were favorite toys
But never dolls
For little boys

Trucks were smaller
Than the boys
But they’d control
Their little toys

Bending over
On all fours
Pushing trucks
Along the floors

Never further
From their yard
Tonka trucks
Were driven hard

Eighteen wheelers
On the road
Men will drive
Their heavy load

All those trucks
Are long and tall
Unlike trucks
When they were small

No more pushing
With one hand
Engines follow
Their command

Driving down
The interstate
Lacking sleep
So they’re not late

Little trucks
So boys can play
Big trucks keeep
The men away

By, Randee Saber 6/08