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Behold. A beast am I Aloof here on the highway With my fishtail bark I sway. The Japanese and the German and the I-tie I pass them every day. As I travel down the road In the motor showrooms I see The opposition that is to be But I give the piston more load, For I know they will be after me. I hear a sewing machine Behind, a crescending wail, Up and down the box, oh what a tale. But all for nought, what a' has been My piston gives all, to rail. In winter I take my rest, Rain and snow abound. Their pitter patter loud. I keep my piston for best And all is peace around.
John Ashworth (apologies to Longfellow)