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    • POET: Dianna Drinkard (11/12/2011 8:47:00 PM)

      A voice from the distant past is calling your name
      A voice of young love lost and forgotten
      A voice screaming we're going to crash
      A voice saying oh my god we're on a VW Bug
      A voice from a security guard saying who's your parents
      A voice from a mother saying your never going to see that boy again
      A voice from a father saying how could you let that girl drive your car
      A voice silenced and forced to move on with life.
      A voice with a story of first love lost.
      1979

      I'm not much of a poet, but do you remember a night like that? If you don't, then you're not the Dianna Drinkard I knew or the one that knew Scott Freshner and his 1968 Chevelle Malibu.
      If this is you, HOW ARE YOU DOING! ! ! ! ! !
      A friend of mine writes poetry and had me look up one of them. I saw this name from the past and left a comment at your poem. It's been a few months. You must have never read it or Ignored it, which I would understand if you don't want to contact me. But if you would like to chat, I'll be looking forward to your email.
      Scott Freshner

    • POEM: Now You See Me. No, You Don'T! by Dianna Drinkard (6/3/2007 2:19:00 PM)

      A voice from the distant past is calling your name
      A voice of young love lost and forgotten
      A voice screaming we're going to crash
      A voice saying oh my god we're on a VW Bug
      A voice from a security guard saying who's your parents
      A voice from a mother saying your never going to see that boy again
      A voice from a father saying how could you let that girl drive your car
      A voice silenced and forced to move on with life.
      A voice with a story of first love lost.
      1979

      I'm not much of a poet, but do you remember a night like that? If you don't, then you're not the Dianna Drinkard I knew or the one that knew Scott Freshner and his 1968 Chevelle Malibu.
      If this is you, HOW ARE YOU DOING! ! ! ! ! !
      A friend of mine writes poetry and had me look up one of them. I saw this name from the past and left a comment at your poem. It's been a few months. You must have never read it or Ignored it, which I would understand if you don't want to contact me. But if you would like to chat, I'll be looking forward to your email.
      Scott Freshner