Something I told my car once by Nicholas Smurthwaite

Something I told my car once
Nicholas Smurthwaite

Listen, I am so glad that we have made it this far. When was the first time I felt your interior? The first shocked undulation of acceleration? The propelled recklessness that led us tearing through the empty countryside? Miles had meant nothing then, but now I pay the repercussions of negligence. We both know the effort of restoration is not worth the product. In today’s society, and with life moving so fast, I am just better suited to get a newer model. All I can say is that I am sorry, but we both knew this would never last.

Nicholas Smurthwaite is an English major and a real human being who was born yesterday at the ripe age of 21. He loves his mother very much, and misses his dog, Daisy.

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