Shawn L. Bird

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poem-winding January 6, 2017

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 11:44 am
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The vehicles wind along the highway

a immobile caterpillar

stalled by a moment

when the physics of motion, energy, and force

spun unfortunates into each other’s path

with a crash

that froze the goings

and made everyone in the long line

contemplate mortality.

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The stretch of the TransCanada Highway between Sicamous and Salmon Arm is a frequent site of accidents.  I usually count on having to detour from work 3 times each winter.  Today was the third, and there are 2 months of winter left.  Our thoughts are with those who were involved in the accident, and medi-vacced out.

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7 Responses to “poem-winding”

  1. jackcollier7 Says:

    Great! I love it. ❤

  2. chris jensen Says:

    Please be care teacher,
    what would the children do without you?

    hA

    Laugh, a better job?

    kisses in sweet lov chris

  3. I trust that you were not injured!


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