“Ode to the Woman Who Flipped Me the Bird Today” by Renee Hughes

Oh you who greeted me With upraised finger three As I passed your car mess I hope your day was blessed. I did not take your sign With insult or with whine. Smiling, to you I sent Wishes with good intent. You have a left arm, dear To turn on your blinker When changing lanes, my word, Not to flip me the bird. I honked … Continue reading “Ode to the Woman Who Flipped Me the Bird Today” by Renee Hughes