Author: Ben Franklin
I play my guitar
day in day out,
The police chuck me out of the station
at least 5 times a day,
but I manage to sneek back in and put my
case in front of me and begin to
I hardly get a penny from the rush-hour
looking at me as if I was mad,
is playing you a song so evil?
I play songs for the homeless....
"here Bob,guess this song and I will give you a surprise..
"looking back on when I was a little nappie headed boy..."
Bob:"thats a stevie wonder number!!"
It sure is,
now take this sandwich with cheese and cucumber.
I maybe a busker
but I've got a kind heart,
you passing people wouldnt know where to
Comments on this poem/writing:
|joyce Ivy (220.127.116.11) -- Friday, November 19 2004, 07:20 pm|
great job Ben...some people wouldn't know where to begin ...to open their hearts to other people...but from your poems I think you have a heart of gold...love your poems...
|Ben F (18.104.22.168) -- Saturday, November 20 2004, 03:26 pm|
thank you so much,
I dont know about you but I love buskers,if you have had rubbish day at work or just feeling low
he/she will be there to play a song for that moment in time...and its all for free!
thank you once again
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