Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Lead Me

Lead me here and there
Around town and then
Back home again. I’ll
Follow you anywhere
My life embellished by
Your presence my precious
GPS

11 comments:

Mary said...

This poem made me chuckle, Judy. I am addicted to my GPS!

Linda said...

I don't own a GPS, but can imagine following one.

Willow said...

LOL judy, brilliantly funny. A perfect response to this challenge.

Ann said...

I pray to my appliances. You pray to your gps. No wonder I love you, Judy!

Peggy Goetz said...

Oh Judy this is just wonderful! I thought it was going to be about Bill! Does he know he is second leader to you GPS!

Lynne said...

Oh Judy! I love it! Leave it to you to come up with something like this. You truly delight me.

Victoria said...

Funny Judy. One came in the mail today, ordered by Bob. We'll see how well it serves. I like thaqt you write about such a wide range of subjects and in so many moods.

Agnija said...

haha! Good one. We call her American Jill (because of the voice option we chose!).

Bill said...

This is hilarious ! Truly is your freedom.

sharplittlepencil said...

Judy, I loved this. We cannot afford a GPS but have tons of maps in our cars. I don't care for the tone of the Eurotrash female voice; sounds so snooty.

I'd only get GPS if it had the voice of Orson Welles or Ernie Kovacs!
Amy
http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/04/29/day-29-blast-of-poems/

Judy Roney said...

I know what you mean by the snooty female voice being a real turn off on the GPS. Voice DOES matter. I had one that talked to me like I was an idiot. RECALCULATING (bitch implied) and I swear I could hear her sigh loudly when she talked to me. I was looking for a car and got one with a built in GPS where the woman is just lovely to me. She doesn't even tell me when I've screwed things up. She'll just gently lead me out of my mess. I call her Angel. :)