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Over a Dead Body

Eyes On The Road

By Adam DiehlPublished 7 days ago Updated 5 days ago 1 min read
Top Story - June 2024
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Over a Dead Body
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"You shouldn't kick it, it might not be dead."

"The signs seem to run contrary to that belief."

"Are you a doctor now, or perhaps a coroner instead?

"I won't touch it again if it'll give you relief."

"Should we call someone, at least to move it out of the road?"

"I think we should leave it for the crows."

"It does look an awfully heavy load."

"Plus, it could be carrying something, who knows?"

"Drive as fast away from it as you did into it, please."

"I have no intention to loiter."

"Do you think there are more, perhaps hiding in the trees?"

"Should I stop so you can reconnoiter?"

"Oh dear, no. Drive on."

"Let's just drop it altogether."

"Not to be picked up anon."

"Exactly, now how about this weather."

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  • ARID RID2 days ago

    bagus

  • Nice rhythm and super creative! Congrats! 🎉

  • The dialogue-driven format and the use of rhyme created a unique rhythm that made the piece both engaging and thought-provoking. The way you captured the casual yet dark conversation between the characters was masterful. Congratulations on crafting such a compelling poem and on being featured as a Top Story! Best regards, Dr. Jay

  • Very good

  • Back to say congratulations on your Top Story! 🎉💖🎊🎉💖🎊

  • Sasi Kala2 days ago

    Congrats! Top story. Loved your poem.

  • Andrea Corwin 2 days ago

    Oh no the poor creature- they can’t outrun our vehicles or bullets. 😱

  • Oh dear, poor 'It'! Obviously the car survived! Lovely rhythm & rhyme.

  • wow

  • Back to say congrats on your top story.

  • Khan3 days ago

    Congratulations on the top story ❤️

  • Kendall Defoe 3 days ago

    Nice work!

  • That was a clever take on the challenge, really enjoyed it

  • Cindy Calder3 days ago

    Great read! Congratulations on the Top Story.

  • Lol this made me chuckle! Loved your poem!

  • D.K. Shepard7 days ago

    Great use of rhyme in this back and forth!

  • You nicely wrote it Adam.

  • love how you brought an innocent incident into focus.

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