Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Baby Loves Trucks

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Treaded treasure palaces,
trailers pulling pleasure
pomps of dig and carry.

Let’s all be overrolled by oil
tankers, grinding barrel-bellies
of concrete, trash.

Open door, climb in the back
nestle in pallets cozy as boxcars
or climb the tractor’s throne:

pull gears shift blades spin
push buckets into earth,
lift out its beauty.

Margaret Young is the author of two collections of poetry. She teaches at Endicott College and lives in Beverly, Massachusetts, with her husband and son.

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