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The Tremendous Dirtbiker
Traveling down the bumpy thumpety trail,
Zagging side to side through the thick forest.
Darting and dashing, very speedy and dangerous
I feel invincible and hide all my fears.
I grip the throttle hearing the deep sound of power.
Faster I go hanging onto dear life,
Trees flying by my face, with only a helmet in between.
Approaching the finish line, checkered flags in sight
My very strenuous work has paid off at last.
Grasping the trophy all sweaty and dirty,
Winning first place is a glorious feeling.