• Entry Sample 16.07.2007

    Read my lips, alas, turn-up your hearing aid!
    Attention folks!…beware of a wild life today.
    Young and old are generally things in motion;
    Transportation could face a great commotion.

    Commotion is certainly a thing of joy–we do!
    Sunrise begins…a congenial greeting with you;
    Practice makes perfect sense…at some odd time.
    Afterwards, you could witness a corrosive mind.

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    Read my lips, alas, turn-up your hearing aid!
    Attention folks!…beware of a wild life today.
    Young and old are generally things in motion;
    Transportation could face a great commotion.

    Commotion is certainly a thing of joy–we do!
    Sunrise begins…a congenial greeting with you;
    Practice makes perfect sense…at some odd time.
    Afterwards, you could witness a corrosive mind.

    Vexations come upon the aged and the young.
    Don’t sweat the small stuff…we’re having fun.
    We’re endowed with love, inspite of fussy stuff;
    The bumpy roads are mild, when life gets rough.

    Jeanne maintains pleasant…the whole day long;
    She smiles to brush away a fitful vexing throng.
    Dispatching transport as a lubriant roller game.
    Buses are rockin’ and rollin’ with a nagging pain.

    Ideas come into flow…within our office space;
    Rosie redspruce, set Jeanne to a worthy chase.
    Attempting some skill–touching at raw nature;
    Pruning the branches with a stretching stature.

    A jovial disposition is the life of Orange County;
    Open your laughing heart to a delightful bounty.
    When struggling with age has lost its vital glory,
    A Trainor tells a Harry joke and a chuckle story.

    Strange bed partners bunk with a brown recluse;
    A red neck hicky, and a spider…won’t turn loose.
    You may prefer a poisonous type–that’s just swell;
    A boil arises–lemon side, and takes awhile to heal.

    Passengers rush to reach appointments on time;
    Just rockin’ & rollin’, with Charlotte’s web incline.
    Let a shameful honor haunt the guys who died,
    Leaving dazzled wives with a zipping zesty ride.

    Words!…like a delicate twist in a caustic spin;
    Spinning Trisha so closely on the edge of men.
    Distinguished notes–sweet jesters in a crump;
    Tender!…resembles Trisha’s edge…in a snap.

    Scoot’n’ scooter Charlie…dazed on main street;
    Cruising downtown…was the wrong place to be.
    A roadhog with a wheel…took his scooter down;
    Stretching ole Charlie–layed out on the ground.

    Rattle brains find amusement in rattling cages.
    Linda’s bus is equipped with nonsense gages.
    She can rattle a rattler ’til the rattlin’s done;
    No nonsense!…Linda, calmly equalizes the fun.

    A calm demeanor…resolves through the room,
    While big-hearted Glen diverts ominous doom.
    Conscious health is a matter of daily concern;
    Slender to his wife, while his heart grows stern.

    When all is lost, and Bobbie is in search of Lee,
    She hangs on…to a balancing act, desparately.
    His mind is wandering around for a radio check;
    One false idle twitch, and she’ll wring his neck.

    An amiable boss administers–from another room;
    Transportation has overcome the impossible gloom.
    Paula keeps the wheels a rollin’ service–countywide;
    Vehicles continue to function inspite of a dumpyside.

    Crank the engines, and serve the poor a rolling meal;
    Service is natural for these Orange County wheels.
    A side-venture for transportation…is an aging deal;
    Over the Vidor tracks…appears “Meals on Wheels.”

    Whatever we said!–half employed with foolish ways,
    Our motely crew…floats about–some dazzling days.
    Serving Orange County neighbors…is a funny scare;
    Spending a few nice days with gentle folks who care.

    This county job says it all, and luckily, halfway done;
    Serving the old senior community…is a treasure fund.
    Hopefully, an unbalanced youth will make a discovery:
    Wise old folks pray earnestly–for a painful recovery.
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