The Crowd

Poem By Mathias Sager

Thirty seven million, one big pulsing metropolis.
But such diverse societies.
Never alone among, public apathetic loneliness.
But cooperative activities.

Housing very close to next, doors are shut for privacy.
But wired for full connectivity.
Collective traffic stream, numb and strict anonymity.
But rooted local community.

Comments about The Crowd

An insightful portrayal of densely populated cosmopolitan city, well articulated and nicely penned in good rhyme scheme with conviction. A lovely poem indeed. Thanks for sharing Mathias.

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