So instead, I have taken inspiration from Robyn at Penseive and will concoct a poem. She has invented a new poetry form called "A Pensieve" - I like it as it doesn't call for patterns in rhyme or rhythm - which, if you know me as a poet, you know that I don't either!!
Here are the rules:
What is a Pensieve? A titled, five-line poem; each line correlates to one of the five senses--sight, sound, scent, taste, touch--and describes the subject (title). The goal is for the reader to take on the poem as his own, being able to "experience" your subject through your words, by seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and feeling what you described.
Now, the only problem with this is that often you do not try to taste so many things that you would like to describe, but here goes...
Yah!!! Go rev your engine, let its gargling screams screech elsewhere.
Let your laser speed stripes reflect across some other crossroads
Your spinouts muddy some other street and grit their mailboxes
Vapours of your joy cause others to cough
And the sad aftertaste of your fuel be more appreciated there.
Still pretty crappy - and so am I...