Please be A Thinker and Use Your Blinker!

We All hate traffic offenders.  Here is a little something to set them straight!

I know traffic sucks
It can be a real stinker
But would it really kill you
to just use your blinker ?

It’s a simple gesture
And an easy decision
that can make the difference
in avoiding that collision

it’s rather rude to assume
that I know what you are doing
don’t signal, and be sure
that my Lawyer and I will be suing

It’s a simple little switch
it just goes up and down
flick it with your finger
to avoid looking like a clown

so if you fail this task
and our cars become impacted
all the money you have in the bank
Will soon have to be extracted

so do us a both a favor
don’t ruin our day
Hit the switch to your left
and you won’t have to pay

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About Anthony Arsenault

I was born on a cold October day in 1975. My love for words became apparent to my family at a young age, when I took to reading, and always had to have a book. This love for books continued on, and soon I was putting my own words to paper. I was always a fan of creative writing, and often impressed my grade school teachers with my fantastic stories. At the age of 15, I wrote a poem called "Abused" for a grade 9 poetry assignment. The power of the poem brought the administration of the school to class room with a barrage of questions. Four years later I entered a contest sponsored by the Canadian Chamber of Contemporary Poetry. Of thousands of contestants, i was in the top 200, and had my poem "Bob" published in their anthology “Scaling the Face of Reason". This was my first true accomplishment, and my first published work. Since then I have been writing, and Have had a few articles and a poem entitled " A Letter to my Unborn Child" published by Parents for Parents Magazine. I am still writing, and recently published my first e-book, The Common Man's Guide to Women as Told by the Common Man, and a book of poetry called "Words Flow Eternal"
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