Goldfinch60

Swarm of Fiats.



There I was

Driving up the road,

Minding my own business

When they appeared,

Appeared all around me,

Like bees round a honey pot.

What was it that attracted them,

I could have swatted them

But no, I just moved on,

And there ahead of me

Were more of them.

Why were they doing this?

What was it that attracted them.

Attracted them to me?

I had to do something,

So I put my foot down,

Swept passed them

And left those pesky Fiat Five Hundreds

In my wake.

Comments3

  • Michael Edwards

    A swarm of Fiats - it reminds me of when I travelled in East Germany just as they started pulling down the wall - we went into a square full of Trabants which the East Germans were trying to sell. Fine write Andy.

    • Goldfinch60

      Thank you Michael. Saying that though the Fiat 500s have been around for as long as I can remember. At one time a friend of mine parked his 500 in the car space in our front garden and that was before I had a car!

    • orchidee

      A fine write Gold. I knocked Skodas, then someone (was it you?) said 'I drove one of them!'
      What was the transport like in 1066?

      • Goldfinch60

        Don't knock Skodas!! I am on my fifth incarnation of Skodas and the one I have at the moment I think is the best car I have ever had.
        It was a bit horsey and footy back in 1066.

      • ANGELA & BRIAN

        BLESSED SUNDAY ~ Uncle Andy ~ Love the Video ~ didnt know NICOLA STURGEON was an Orchestral Conductor or was it Angela Merkel ? I (Brian) have never owned a Foreign Car ! People at Work used to castigate ME for not belonging to a Union ~ and they all drove Foreign Cars ! I told them I*ll join when I see you driving a British Car. I am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) and they assure me that they would support me (Like a Union) in any case I had to answer for ~ AMEN ! Im driving a VAUXHALL Mariva (Geriatric Car) because I pick up Seniors and its easier for them to get in and OUT !

        Blessings & Peace to YOU & YOUR Beloved Joyce
        Love as always ANGELA & BRIAN ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿงก



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