Sunday, August 10, 2014
Trailers are more than a shelter,
They’re a gift from the asphalt god…
They offer the perks of a mansion,
While squatting on rich men’s sod.
A safe house for an outlaw,
The perfect hide-a-way, ready to roll,
A cabin parked in Wal-Mart’s lot,
Cheap housing, for one on the dole.
Trailers are the safety nets,
Where falling meth addicts crash…
Some trailers are the dumpsters,
And the occupants, the trash.
Some trailers make it possible,
To live on a sandy beach…
Gathered like wagons in a circle,
We find the good life within reach.