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This Darn Car Won't Run
Author: Jon Krauss

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This darn car won't run.
This darn car won't run
and fixin it's no fun.
I fiddle and I tinker
to fix the horn and the blinker.
It used to run real good,
used to have one color hood.
It's more than just a hobby to me.
It's a project for eternity.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Dino Hi. 5-0 (67.26.91.152) -- Tuesday, February 18 2003, 08:18 am

I can relate!

We all have some kind of project that we put aside and will probably never get done. I'm thinking about my two dirtbikes that has been sitting for years in my storage shed. Them darn bikes won't run! Ha, Nice poem Jon!
Martin Vann (65.56.170.228) -- Tuesday, February 18 2003, 06:25 pm

That was my car in another life, age 16, I believe

Jon,
I know the answer to your car's problems, paint the hood green, then add some orange stipes. Next, add four, "just four blue dots, that's all she needs to be a reliable steed.

Like your car and your work!

MartinV
LinzAy (64.12.96.38) -- Wednesday, February 19 2003, 09:37 am

lol...

blue green and orange Martin? haha.....anyway....cute poem Jon...my fam had a car like that....but our worries were more o the bumper fallin off and stuff like that...lol....finally labeled it a junker and got rid of it!
 
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