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Driving and Dressing

Updated on August 1, 2013

Pants-legs and Pedals,

Shoes on the floor.

Changing your clothes

In the car can be

Quite a chore.

Driving and Dressing,

There will be an accident

For sure.

One stoplight, two,

Three, and four.

I wonder what’s in store?

I hope to finish before

I have to open the door.

(Ow! I think I’m going to be sore!)

I don’t think I’ll

Change clothes in

The car anymore.

Driving and Dressing by Daelyn H. Appleton is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

 To the Reader:

 I just wanted to give you a little background on this poem. I wrote this poem at the spur of the moment, ironically enough while driving in a car. My friends and I were heading out for an evening on the town. I was not the driver at the time. However, a funny conversation about all the crazy things people do while driving is what ultimately led to this poem being written. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.


        Daelyn H Appleton


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      Philly 3 years ago

      Evernoye would benefit from reading this post

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      Daelyn H Appleton 6 years ago from Seattle, Washington USA


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      Christine P Ann 6 years ago from Australia

      what a clever little poem :)