Favorite this if you are against drunk driving and vow to never ever drink and drive.

"Nonsence!"

She tells them.

And hangs up the phone.

Her daughter's not dead.

She isn't alone.

Jane wasn't biking

All happy and gay(happy you pervs!)

And positive that

all was going her way.

And not to a single class

was she marked late.

A+ on her math test

All was going great.

And she wasn't humming

to her favorite song

when a old rusted pickup

came driving along.

And Jane wasn't frowning

when to her calculations

the driver was driving

faster than regulations.

And she didn't

yell at him to stop

while waving her arms,

flimsy as a mop.

She didn't yell out in

surprise and stiff fright,

when she noticed the driver

wasn't sitting upright.

And she saw he was slumped

somewhat over the wheel,

By the time she could see him,

she could not even feel.

Frozen with fear

were her legs and her arms

This man had set off

all kinds of alarms.

He didn't halt

When he drove on the grass.

She didn't move either,

not nearly as fast.

By the time she saw

The whites of his eyes

The thousand pound pickup

took her by surprise.

Without even stopping

he slammed into her.

And with sssss and bllaaaammmm

and crackle and whirr!

Her Mom couldn't belive

That her daughter hadn't stayed

on earth long enough

to finish first grade.

So she prayed to heaven

and she prayed to hell

that maybe God

would take her as well.

The next day their gradener

found her on the bed

Dead as a doornail,

bullethole in her head

Favorite this if you are against drunk driving

and vow to never ever drink and drive.

Love,

~Em