Last edited by Jack of Hearts; 06-28-2012 at 02:36 AM.
Very familiar to me, to my own night drive experiences... love it, it's so evocative in its little words. The only thing here is that 'driving' does not apply to restaurants and parking lots, maybe you could make a tiny little change (or is it my English again? in which case, please do ignore!) - ah, and thanks for sharing this, goes without saying!
Whoa, what happened here? I meant to comment on this earlier, but now it's gone.
Anyway, just wanted to say that this really captured the feeling of driving at night, something I enjoy very much. I loved the part about the radio and being tethered to the airwaves. I also like to drive in silence at night, preferably with the windows down if the weather is right.
I also hope the part about fast food lights and used car lots was a reference to the US and not Southern France. I'd hate to think of fast food restaurants invading such a wonderful country but, alas, it's probably already happened.
"I have never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude." - Henry David Thoreau
Weren't that YOU, oh JACK, who remonstrated with ME about deleting poems and thus depriving fellow poets of the first reading and possible inspiration??? PLEASE RETURN FAST WITH YOUR UN MORE ROUND!
Wish I could've seen it, now I will have to imagine it, no telling where that will lead...
waiting for the eastern glow...bring it back...bring it back
I didn't even have a chance to read this one...
"All gods are homemade, and it is we who pull their strings, and so, give them the power to pull ours." -Aldous Huxley
"Sooner murder an infant in its cradle than nurse unacted desires." -William Blake
I have always hated when I have deleted a poem and as a result got many comments so thought I would post this to piss you off my friend
For those who believe,
no explanation is necessary.
For those who do not,
none will suffice.