Crossing St Giles

The Radcliffe Camera in Oxford, England as vie...

The Radcliffe Camera in Oxford, England as viewed from the tower of the Church of St Mary the Virgin. This is a 10 (2×5) segment panorama taken by myself with a Canon 5D and 70-200mm f/2.8L at 70mm. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Oxford

Oxford (Photo credit: Verity Cridland)

 

 

As the I rode my bicycle down the road
I saw a  car heading  right for me.
I felt no fear;it was too late.
The driver was too drunk to see.

 

Just before the dread impact
My soul flew up from earth.
I saw this  life on a giant screen,
And felt filled with mirth.

 

If you think you are about to die,
You feel no panic or fear.
But when your head hits the concrete road
Then all these emotions appear.

 

When that happened I did see stars,
I previously thought that a metaphor.
And soon I was in A and E
The car driver ran out the door.

 

Off to the USA he went
Cutting short his holiday
So when I got out and found my bike
It needed repair and I had to pay.

 

I still ride a bike these days
As it’s such a happy sport.
And luckily I have never had
Another dangerous  accident

 

 

 

 

 

About Katherine

I like art, poetry,history, literature,cooking,doing nothing to music.And conversation
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