The End Is Near

The End is Near

 

By Elton Camp



Hurricane Irene had done all type of harm

What he saw gave a man extreme alarm



People passing, he really wanted to save

So with a sign at the road, a warning gave



He yelled,  “Know now that the end is near.

Turn around and then you needn’t fear.”



A driver honked and gave an ugly sneer

“Man, a nut like you I sure won’t hear.”



And the curve he accelerated right around

The man then heard a loud splashing sound



The effectiveness of his sign he began to doubt

“Maybe I should have just written, “Bridge out.”


Comments:
 
Elton4562   Elton4562 wrote
on 9/2/2011 6:42:10 AM
Hey Timmy, I knew the title might causes some not to read it, but I couldn't think of a better one that fit the write's purpose. Thanks for reading and commenting. Elton

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A warning unwisely ignored.
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