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Bus Ride

It begins in horror
A common laborer who's skin is stained
    With the sweat and grime of work
Slowly limps through the crowded aisle.

He frightens all who looks upon him.
        A chilling sight
The sweat and grime from work
It runs down his check like murderous blood.

The essence of an erotic dream
      Sits across from me.
As her window carries the whiff of love
     To a cruel and bitter world.

How statuesque she sits, clothed in forbidden lust
     While eye balls peek and roll. 

A cane slips from an old and bitter soul
   Her head crashes on a littered step.

    Tragedy spills from her skull
   She displays a soap box smile.

They watch her body go limp
   Than dash off-------
 To destinations untold.

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