SUMMERTIME RHYMES- # 17 “If You Can’t See My Mirrors I Can’t See You”

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“If You Can’t See My Mirrors I Can’t See You”

 

If you can’t see my mirrors I can’t see you.

Despite rubbernecking, you’re obscured from my view.

It requires staid patience to come into view.

You’ve hidden your features.

It appears I have too.

 

Despite the fair warning, you try to avoid,

The safety created, by stating that point.

It’s ludicrous that your nose is now out of joint.

Swerving to beat me.

Will get you destroyed.

 

Stay at a distance, stay in your lane.

Observe locomotion, my pace I sustain.

The solution is most assuredly plain:

Temper your patience.

From aggression, abstain.

 

If you are trying to pass me, I’m afraid you will find.

Consequence of that action will be greatly unkind.

If you must do something, keep this in mind:

Your actions affect others.

So please stay behind.

 

If you can’t see my mirrors I can’t see you.

Despite protestation, you need to stay cool.

It requires staid patience from my point of view.

You need to accept it.

Won’t be long before we’re through.

 

 

 

 

 

A poem for all the folks in a hurry out there. Remember, a stopped bus isn’t an invitation to speed around to get ahead. What you can’t often see is people passing in front of the bus, and if you decide to prove a point by aggressively going around a bus, then you put yourself and others in danger.

 

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