every noise i heard sounded like the bus

A group of men saw me once

They had a Jeep with tires bigger than the average size

Compensation for what they were not given from day one

I wonder if they blame their mother or their father

And so they stood on the corner, in the dark of the night, with the air thick and chilly with a moisture they could not feel

And I walked by with not a care in the world

No care for their world

And yet they became this poem

Though they did nothing to deserve it.