Homeless Woman in London

A crust of bread,
Left to mould,
Tattered threads
From something old,
A bowed head
In the cold,
Weeping for tomorrow.

A cup of tea
With honey warm,
Thrashing seas
From distant storms,
She looked past me
Bashed from scorn,
Waiting for tomorrow.

Homeless Woman in London

Roza Ganser

HAWTHORN EAST, Australia

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Artist's Description

In London there were many homeless people, all begging for money. Old and young alike, would shout at passers by. There was never enough money to go around for any of us during the Thatcher years.

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