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Jeffin Johnson

Drama


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Jeffin Johnson

Drama


The Skywalk

The Skywalk

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Bridging the enormous Railway Dock,

Stands a majestic Sky Walk.


Having a quarter of an hour for our lectures to commence,

I decided to saunter around the rusting metal fence.


Taking small strides over the broken tiles,

I noticed a man selling cheap textiles.


It was then I noticed a young man selling toys,

And numerous kids around making havoc of noise.


The sight of a bookseller made my inner spirits to ignite,

The books of my favourite writers staring me in the bright sunlight.


Moving ahead did I notice a teen selling watches,

And a variety of smartphones with notable notches.


The metal fencing around was filled with posters of job vacancies,

Providing its applicants with various incentives.


A group of women; at each other, began to shout.

The reason for which I wasn't interested to figure out.


The road below the bridge resembled a gigantic Lake.

In which the traffic was moving like an enormous snake.


Beginning to keep my path straighter,

I realised while walking downstairs;

That it all began with a gleaming escalator,

And ended up at the disgusting broken stairs.



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