Again this year I am writing a poem a day to celebrate National Poetry Month. It's my FOURTH YEAR in a ROW of writing a poem a day for the A to Z Challenge. My theme this year, is signs I've photographed and poems to go with them.
Not So Handy Capped Parking
Handicapped parking is somewhere in here;
I hope no one parked here before the new year,
For if they did they are in there, I fear,
And they won't be leaving till snow melts, my dear.
Though that may make most people giggle and snicker,
And even though winter could not have been slicker,
The snow that is parked here does not have a sticker;
But snow can't get tickets, now ain't THAT a kicker?
©Donna JT Smith, 2015
Where do you suppose the handicapped parking rules/laws went?