A Coin (Business Poems)

The streets are blurry
As passersby rush,
Through and forth
In a hurry.

He watch them pause
Conversed amongst,
Litter cigarette butts,
As he lay in booze.

He opened his palms
Some looked, some shook
Others took a coin,
Gave an alms.

He sat there yesterday
His friends all over town
They too opened there palms
Business I say.

April 18,2006

by Enriquito Lucero Jr.

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