a stranger on a bus

He looked up at me, poked out a finger
and said (I think that is what he said):
me me me me me me me me me me.
He looked a bit loony when he said it,
shook me a bit. I thought, what the hell!
Did he mean me, or did he mean he?
Was I talking too much? I do go on.
What could it have been?  A chat
was all...to my friend beside me.
Perhaps he was thinking something
about himself, something he was
ashamed of. That might have been it.
Having thought that, I felt much better.
I don't like getting a finger pointed at me
and someone repeating me me me me.

Makes me think bad things about myself.
J.D. Heskin

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