Posted: Thursday, December 17, 2009

Thomas Tucker is a trucker

his home is the road.

The way things are going

he'll likely be rolling

with one heavy load.

Tom has forever to think

and he can't sleep a wink.

It wouldn't have to be so

but he and his diesel

have miles to go.

She was, oh Jesus!

like feathers of frost.

Deliciously cool and

my God! she was soft.

Everyday always

a skip in her step.

And he would be happy

if he had her yet.

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