Treasure Island

Ke'Love Moss

(November 2,1994 / Indianapolis, Indiana)

*SOMETIMES I WONDER*


Sometimes I wonder...

What a lonely man siting in a lonely man siting in a lonely corner is thinking
Is he thinking about how the wind blows at night or how the breeze feels at night or how the breeze fells to me
Is he thinking who else is siting in such a lonely corner at night
Is he thinking of his first true love or what it could have been if he would have had kids if he just wouldn't have...messed up
Is he thinking about...me
Sometimes I wonder...what the homeless do for food or shelter
Do they dig though trash cans and sleep under bridges?
Do they beg for money outside a store or do they have to much...pride?
Do they go to shelter's or sleep on people's door step?
Do they wish for a better life or just try to cope with what they have

Sometimes I wonder...
Do you?

Submitted: Monday, July 13, 2009
Edited: Monday, July 13, 2009

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