|Driver's Ed as Seen by a Teenage Poet
Author: SugarRayne PM
Limericks for Driver's Ed. I recently took it from a place called All Star Driver's Ed. Their mascot is some guy dressed as a superhero named captain Driver's Ed. My teacher was some guy named Mr. Garry. There. Author's commentary over. Read, please.Rated: Fiction K - English - Humor - Words: 246 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Published: 03-30-08 - Status: Complete - id: 2496970
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A driver whose driving is wrong
Will soon sing a pitiful song
To all he will say,
The cops shall say "Nay!" –
He'll not keep his license for long.
Mr. Garry, the Driver's Ed guy
Really has a rather keen eye –
He's alert as a hawk,
So don't make small-talk
With your passenger – don't even try.
To drive without very great care
Is a thing that you never should dare.
What would you do
If someone hit you?
Well, that just wouldn't be fair.
On his road test, a student named Drake
Suddenly lost the use of his brake!
He shrieked out in fear
And struggled to steer
And drove himself into the lake.
Oh, young missus Millie MacGroad
Saw a squirrel run into the road.
She slammed on the brake –
A costly mistake –
Her car crashed and quickly was towed.
Well, old Captain Driver's Ed
Has a few screws loose in his head –
He's kind of a slob
And always does the job
In a star-spangled cape of red.
Oh, parallel parking I dread!
It confuses my poor little head –
I get rather far
And back into a car
For I have a foot made of lead.
If you ever drink three cans of beer
And then try to drive home, I fear
You shan't stay alive –
You can't drink and drive!
For you, I will shed but a tear.