THE REFLECTION OF A TORTURED SOUL 
  WENDY ROBERTS

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 Faces: A Journey on the London Tube

Different faces,
Different races,
Tall, fat, thin,
Some wear a frown whilst some wear a grin.

Avoiding eye contact, or speech, is an unwritten rule,
Which presents challenges as some play the fool.

All on a journey,
One stop or more,
A different destination, when they exit the door.

People rushing from place to place,
The seat in-front has an ever changing face.

As I reach the end of my journey and depart from this train,
I am fairly certain I wont see these faces again.

Written by Wendy Roberts 11/01/2010

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