Random Act of Poetry: “White Wing Road”

White Wing Road

The road sometimes traveled.

The road sometimes traveled.

O’ White Wing Road
I’ve been told
is a hard, hard road
to travel.

Take route 95,
it’s right before your eyes,
if you strive
and don’t prattle.

If you miss your turn —
cross the river of concern —
you might just learn
how to paddle.

When things go wrong,
ask for Wing O. Wang,
who will help you along
your channel.

O’ White Wing Road
I’ve been told
is a hard, hard road
to travel.

Take route 95,
it’s right before your eyes,
if you strive
and skedaddle.

–by David E. Booker

[Editor’s note: there is a road near where I live that is called White Wing Road. It is also known as route 95. It is a curvy road and it does cross a body of water.]

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