STOP

 

commanding white

letters atop a fire

engine red blazing

polygon

six edges to fall

off six vertices to

climb an alert often

stolen

vandalized by those

who give the finger

to perceived lost

momentum

a sign implying mobility

reminder of imminent

intersections and giving

way

to those in motion a

symbol when ignored may

lead to dangerous

assumptions

Pamela A. Rossow

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9 thoughts on “STOP”

  1. I am thinking that ignoring the stop sign leads to even more than dangerous assumptions! It can go to some bad places.

    Thanks for using the ordinary to point to the extraordinary.

    Shalom.

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