Well Suited

 

 

You put it on like a tailor-made suit

Something crafted with a purpose

Powerful with good looks to boot

It fits perfectly where every curve is

 

It becomes an extension of you

As though welded to your frame

Every sensation passing through

You become one and the same

 

You dance your dance with motored pace

Twirl and dip seeking out each lean

A two-wheeled tango of such grace

Amidst a lane lined with green

 

Mere man melded to machine

Inseparable, intrinsically bound

Only thing that holds them in scene

Scant inch of rubber on the ground

 

To witness Nature’s beauty all around

As if soul graced by Mercury’s wing

A rarer joy cannot be easily found

Nor a happier song to sing

 

If your day can hold more smiles

If a bit of breeze you do not fear

Then I wish for you those blessed miles

Twisting grip and shifting gear

 

 

 

Comments
18 Responses to “Well Suited”
  1. It’s a well suited poem, as if wearing an attire or it could be confidence as well brings happiness to a person. Here the poetry is presented such that its smiling and glittering. And your words, the flow of the poetry adds on to its charm👌

  2. Nima Mohan says:

    “If your day can hold more smiles

    If a bit of breeze you do not fear

    Then I wish for you those blessed miles

    Twisting grip and shifting gear”

    These gripping 4 lines ❤

  3. kristianw84 says:

    Wow!!! This poem is exquisite! It might be my new favorite from you!! ❤

  4. Jim Borden says:

    almost seems like you were describing James Bond – and quite nicely, I may add…

  5. yassy says:

    This poem has a certain hardness to it , unlike your other poetry , I felt a sense of detachment but I love the way you say it anyway, Brad. You are a true poet , you come out of your comfort zone which is very rare in people writin.

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