robert snively

(Novemeber 28th 1990 / summerside PEI)

Bus Ride


Differences make everyone
People you meet people you see
People everywhere
Can make you see
Make you see the differences the world can give us
Make you see the differences each other can give us
If you Watch you can see the differences in the way people act
The way people talk
The way people perceive each other
If you listen you can hear the way people can change themselves
You can hear the lies and distorted truths
Complete strangers telling far off stories
Sharing life times true and fake
For that short moment of time
You can be whoever you want to be

Submitted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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  • Rookie - 216 Points Adeline Foster (7/23/2009 1:36:00 PM)

    Ah, this poem is so aptly named, a Bus Ride introduction to the window onto life as others want it to be. Just a little ride into fantasy. Well done.
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