Man Not Too Kind

Poem By CDM Anderson

So the man walked by me
And didn't even notice me
Yet he noticed the dead pool that formulated concerns
Which laid right beneath me?

'You alright sir?

Not quite.
I lost a bit of myself.
The disintegration liquidated my being,
Leaving me as this cloud of doubt
In the eyes of the Man that was not kind.

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