. . . onward and upward
These kids look like they have moved beyond furor ~ or haven't approached it yet! Nice Magpie....
What a full tank of gas won't do.
I remember when we went for the ride - just for the ride!
Yes. I remember those feelings. Everything had to be felt intensely. Nice write.
Nice short poem!
Well done, Deborah.
No one will know who I am looking at,except the one who catches my eye,will there be a promise of crossing by again?or will this be simply a lie?
Yes, driving fast is a sort of fury. But for some, like me, fast means fear.
"Fuel for the ride" indeed. Nicely written.
Great little poem and i love the picture!and thanks i had to chuckle about your mice/mouse comment!ThanksLeontien
So true, been there!
drive forever to nowhere...ha..yeah, that sounds like us at that age...and still at times...
Oh yeah, seems like that...furious at world goes with Teen-age, been there! Lol..Well said Deborah:)
Great little poem. Says it all in a nutshell! Lovely.
Thank you everso much everyone for stopping by and for your comments x :o)
Beautiful poem..forever to nowhere fast....wonderful
Thank you Deborah...I was not well for some time......Thank you very much for your kind support ,for stopping by and for your great comments.
Thank you Rashmi, so pleased to see you back :o) x
Ah, at the price of fuel today, joy rides are much shorter, I fear!
this poem blew my mind. ive never felt like this before.Have you ever read Longing by Mathew Arnold?
Oh, for those youthful days of angst-fueled discontent... Nice write!
Oh, what a cool, cool picture! Your words just tell the tale so well.
Thank you so much for stopping by and for your comments xxx :o)
Yes, just for the ride and not the destination.
"driveforever to nowherefast."Beautiful line there!
:o) Thank you Ryan x
I really like that idea of being furious at the world because that's often how it is at that age. Succinct and very well done.
You emote mountains in just a few words - the poem and old photo are lovely. Per your challenge here is my wordy attempt with a dark humor twist. W.C.C.For so many who see our smiles, they feel a touch of sorrow Though clearly 3 heads in a car, are better than 1 in a barrelYes our lives would have be easier,as too our hopes for tomorrowHad we not bet and WON,that our bodies could be lopped off by Zorro!
Thank you Selma xLOL ... Brava! Thanks W.C.Camp
I remember the sheer joy of driving when I was seventeen. I had a bad habit of forgetting to watch the fuel indicator, though:-/
My partner still does that! LOLthanks for popping by Jabblog x
I like this very much, Deborah
Thanks earlybird :o) x
This is really wonderful!
Thank you Mary :o) x
Lovely too. So spare and simple, room to breathe.
Thank you Kathy :o) x
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