This poem has a title with a single word. The poem itself has seven lines. The first word in each line begins with the same letter as the title.
Ticket to a treasure-trove of memories
Traveling through a tapestry of scenery
Trudging and trundling over tough terrain
Tirelessly towing tourists and boxcars full of freight
Tooting horn in tunnels, tippy-toeing through sleepy towns
Tickling childhood fancy with a comfortable chug, chug
Think I can, think I can, the wheels sing round and round
- written by starkat
a poetry form created by Craig Tigerman
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