The first time I laid eyes on you,
Standing in your tidy queue,
While I flashed my membership ID,
I knew you were the one for me.
I’ve wondered what could be the harm,
For mothers to grow another arm?
But since that was not to be,
YOU were the one who completed me.
My heart skipped some beats,
When I saw your double child seats.
The twins were happy side-by-side,
While my daughter took a ride,
Atop a throne created by
A king-sized package of two-ply.
I even had room left over,
For an absent-minded rover,
And a boy who seems to adore
Eating samples off the floor.
Finally! I could shop without a care,
Of children running everywhere!
Tell me, what grocery cart can compete,
With this amazing feat,
Of keeping little ones in line?
Oh, Costco cart, be my Valentine?
No diamond shines half so bright,
As your chrome chassis in the light,
Which carries your sleek profile,
Effortlessly down every aisle.
Loaded down with kids and eats—
(At least enough to last three weeks).
Still I could turn you on a dime!
Costco cart, you’re just sublime.
You know you make my knees go weak,
When your wheels swivel without a squeak,
Oh Costco Cart, my heart is true,
There is no other cart but you!