A Foreigner

A foreigner at the train station,
living within a radical quiet skin.

Too tall for discount shoes,
too solid for little clothes.

“Looking down on me!” they
walk past and impolitely say.

There is no other way for you
are shorter than me, grumpy.

The mask covers the mood.

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