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The Man Who Crossed West 25th Street

a Poem

Photo by Sacha Roux on Unsplash

He wobbled from left to right,
right to left, weaving through
traffic as he crossed the street
unaware of his possible death.

Four to six lanes spread across,
cars honking, brakes screeching.
He was numb from alcohol, or
as some would say the “sauce.”




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