Kuebiko shares a moving poem about the impact of indifference to the plight of the homeless. Please, read on…
~ Small Drama ~ By ~ Kuebiko ~
Stare if you dare.
Be fair if you care at all
About small drama.
In the cheaper seats
At the back of the crowd
A small gathering face me.
I am a curiosity to them.
They hate me.
Their eyes pity me with silent parlance
But turn from tipping pittance in my cap.
Why do they do that?
Appreciate the show but never throw roses?
Spare one moment of your time please sir?
Share my company of players.
It’s a solo act.
An on-going soliloquy.
Stay for the play be stirred.
Pay for the theatre be consumed
Pray for the beggar be addicted.
Or just critique the whole damn show.
What do I care?
I’m here all week.
Playing the same part anyway.
Art composition by Dewin Nefol: https://dewinnefol.wordpress.com/