Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Jonah and the Whale
Gatsby was a little car
Who reflected the golden age,
When F. Scott Fitzgerald made,
Mercedes Gazelles, and the good life
All the rage.
Built by a loving husband,
For a beloved teacher, his wife…
Gatsby drove through decades of parades,
A symbol of celebration, now famous
And larger than life.
Not immune from time and changes,
Gatsby was offered up for sale.
We said goodbye to the owners,
And the little landmark car, now Jonah,
Swallowed by the whale.
Dedicated to Trudy J. Sundberg