“Light seeking light doth light of light beguile.” -Berowne, Love’s Labor’s Lost Act 1. scene 1

A poem for my fellow drivers:


Although the sky be not unduly dark

And though your aim may not be off the mark

We ask you this, your fellow concerned peers

Take not offence, alleviate our fears


Many do drive without caution or care

And many die, not always deaths deserved

Negligence aside, with other cause to swerve

Conduct thyself in the proper manner


Alert, on guard, careful, and please attend

So that, with luck, we think you not a jag

However light, in rain and snow, ‘round bend

Headlights turned on, insuff’rable douchebag


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