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A CRITTER'S VIEW OF MOTORCYCLISTS



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A CRITTER'S VIEW OF MOTORCYCLISTS

 
Dressed in black and rolling with the thunder, 
He roams the road in search of helpless prey;
 He smacks a million bugs against his windshield,
And squashes squirrels and skunks along the way.
 
With no remorse for all these fallen critters,
He trusts his skill and lives on foolish luck;
Doubtless he will one day see our viewpoint
As he, himself, is scraped off from a truck!

Wes Stephenson

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