Car hits bank, no injuries or flying cash

(With apologies to Dr. Seuss, born March 2, 1904)

Friday, a Cobb woman did make

Yellow tape they did drape, but it had to be fate, no cash flew from the wall. (Photo by Alexis Stevens)

Yellow tape they did drape, but it had to be fate, no cash flew from the wall. (Photo by Alexis Stevens)

The decision to hit gas and not brake

Over a curb she flew, and before she knew

What happened she’d rammed her bank

The news reporter did try

To get a fresh story but why?

No one was hurt, tellers kept to their work

And money from the vault did not fly

The errant driver would not talk

The Bank of America manager balked

So the reporter left Bells Ferry, in a mood quite unmerry

Opportunity had not yet knocked

But do not fret, this day is young yet

And there’s always new news being made.

4 comments Add your comment

zoe

March 2nd, 2012
1:07 pm

Oh I like that diddy. A reporter with a sense of humor. Good job!!

SuessHater

March 2nd, 2012
1:15 pm

There was a young lady from France,

Too funny way to present story.

DLink

March 2nd, 2012
3:19 pm

Different. Needs a little rhyme and prose practice, but when there story isn’t really there yet. This at least makes fun of the speculation in a breaking blog story. I like it.

ld

March 5th, 2012
6:29 pm

:-)

you earned your pay today