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Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver
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Anthem Of The Taxi Cab Driver

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Think of how many times you've used a tax cab. Have you ever thought of the person driving you?

Think of how many times you've used a tax cab. Have you ever thought of the person driving you?

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  • 1. Anthem of the Taxi Cab Driver by Ace Lewis [email_address]
  • 2.
    • I am your taxicab driver.
    • I come from different nationalities and I am native born.
    • Driving a cab is an interesting way to make a living.
  • 3.
    • Much of how much I make depends on
    • me;
    • how charming and courteous
    • I can be.
  • 4.
    • How good am
    • I at assessing whether a
    • potential client
    • will pay.
    • I need to know where I should hang
    • out to get fares.
  • 5.
    • At the end of the day, I count my tips and consider
    • myself lucky that I have
    • survived another day.
  • 6.
    • I enjoy being in control.
    • Leaning my
    • city, I see its various
    • aspects, both glamorous and seedy.
  • 7.
    • I know your city
    • in a way you never will the shortcuts and the side streets,
    • the flow of traffic and patterns of behavior that depend on time
    • of day and weather conditions.
  • 8.
    • But then there
    • are the
    • regulations,
    • the weather
    • and the vagueness of
    • directions.
  • 9.
    • There are also the impossible demands of customers and traffic.
    • So my job is definitely challenging!
  • 10.
    • I take you where
    • you need to go and help you on your way.
    • I listen to you and give you advice.
  • 11.
    • I touch many peoples’ lives for a short time.
    • I hear snippets of your lives and sometimes I even share part of mine.
  • 12.
    • Insulted, robbed, injured, you hold me in little regard
    • yet I am the one who gets you to where you need to go.
    • Because of your needs, I will always have a job.
  • 13.
    • It is true that driving a cab gives me a freedom and independence that
    • not many enjoy.
    • I think sometimes you secretly envy me.
  • 14.
    • You may assume you are above me but often I have degrees and years of
    • expertise in various professions.
  • 15.
    • I see you, my customer, at your best and at your worse.
    • Cleaning out trash, vomit, blood, drug paraphernalia, I reflect on the
    • depths a person
    • can sink to.
  • 16.
    • But then there are other moments, when I feel privileged to know you and
    • we rejoice together in our connection.
  • 17.
    • However, when all is said and done, my greatest joy is in participating in
    • the dance of life.

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