Lee Hart is an electrical engineer who provides invaluable input to electric vehicle and retrocomputing hobbyists. He also has quite a gift for writing and composing. He has composed many stories, poems, and song lyrics over the years. Some of the more memorable are included here for your perusal and enjoyment. Use your "Back" button to return to this page.On Electric Vehicles
The Man Who Never Recharged (a re-hash of "The Man Who Never Returned")
Gas Hog Lincoln (to the tune of the 1950's song "Hot Rod Lincoln")
EV Monster Mash (the old "Monster Mash" song with an EV spin)
Gasoline, and Diesel, and Wild, Wild Engines (a parody of the song "Cigarettes and Whiskey and Wild, Wild Women")
Check your batteries out (loosely based on Shel Silverstein's "Sarah Cynthia Siliva Stout")
How the Grinch sold Green-ness (a take-off on Dr. Seuss's "Grinch" story)
Christmas EV (to the tune of "The 12 days of Christmas")
A Christmas Car (my spin on Dicken's classic story "A Christmas Carol")
Engineer Disease (a re-engineered version of Dire Straits "Industrial Disease")
Mother Hopper (a tribute to Grace Hopper; a computer pioneer and Admiral in the Navy)
The Programmer's Blues (inspired by my attempts to learn C)
Bugs in the Code (a silly little ditty about programming bugs)
Abdul Abulbul Amir (the trials and tribulations of tiny pirates)
Cat Ravin' (not about a raven, but rather my mother's cat and dog)
High Grade Ore (the tale of a lonely miner that struck it rich; just a bit too late)
Old Iron (on the satisfaction of keeping and using old stuff)
Tools (like guns, make all the difference)
The Manager and the Engineer (Lewis Carroll's The Walrus and the Carpenter, with a Dilbert/corporate twist)
Poems and Stories by Lee A. Hart, © 1984-2019 by Lee A. Hart. Created 3/6/2012. Last updated 3/2/2019.
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