Getting Down to Really Awful Brass Taxies


The minibus taxis that everyone sees

Get listed in various categories.


Taxius asyetticus undentedicum


You transport your children to school, sport and play,

And end up quite stuffed at the end of the day.

I drive, therefore I am.


The taxi-collector creates such a ruction

You lose all ability for reproduction.


While an aircraft that taxies will stay on the ground,

Minibuses that taxi all fly, it is found.


Dangerous driving

Panic at-taxi:

To travel in one, or to be somewhere close,

Of panic will offer a generous dose.


Will stop unexpectedly anywhere,  except at stop streets or traffic lights

© April 2016 Colonialist (WordPress)

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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5 Responses to Getting Down to Really Awful Brass Taxies

  1. Zirkie says:

    With 3 children \i always use to joke and say \I hold two jobs of which one was taxi driver at night and over weekends! I hope you are well?


  2. Guy says:

    You have covered the subject of taxis thoroughly and succinctly.


  3. Sympathy to taxi-drivers (otherwise known as parents and grandparents) everywhere. I have several of those t-shirts, but now no longer drive.


  4. I have developed a whole new appreciation for taxis since moving to Ecuador!


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