Road Rage And Avoiding It
You were driving on the road
when suddenly you noticed
the car in front of you
swerved to the left
and the right too many times.
You got annoyed so you tried to overtake
but you were careful not to hit the rear
so you decided to remain behind it.
Then suddenly you erupted
and blew your horn as loud
and as many times as possible
to get the driver's attention.
The driver got mad and pulled over
and challenged you to a fight.
You too pulled over and accepted the challenge
and the rest of the story became headline news.
It was a fatal case of road rage.
Heavy traffic and wasting much time on the road
could easily drain away your patience.
And when you're in a hurry
not to miss appointments,
things will get worse.
Drivers became hotheads,
easily exchanged harsh and cruel words
that inevitably led to heated arguments and fights.
So many cases of road rage were caught on camera
and shared on social media
giving netizens feasts for the senses.
Traffic authorities could prevent these incidents
from happening or escalating
when they're around.
Driving requires sound mind and body
whether daytime or nighttime.
Being sane and sober at the same time
makes for an alert and patient driver.
Listening to cool music like jazz
keeps the driver cool and calm
and helps him remain calm and patient
even during road incidents.
Once the driver hits the road,
he's taking huge responsibility
bound by traffic rules and regulations
and any violations will cause him
penalties and jail time.
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