If you take a bus or train to work or school, you get to see so many different faces every day. Most of the time you don't care who they are or what they are doing, but sometimes you can't avoid it. Well, it could be either sweet and funny or worse experience for you. For instance, if someone is just laughing or proposing to someone, I will stop and cheer. On the other hand, if someone is cursing or disrespecting other people or even you for various reasons, I'd act differently. Well, I have to take a bus to go from one campus to another at my university. I never had a "bad" experience yet, but I have a huge list of funny and unforgettable experiences. I would like to share one of the best and memorable experiences in the form of a poem. I'm not a poet, but sometimes I just act like I am.
I stretched, I yawn
Friday morning, felt drained after a workout
Mark time, check my phone, it was 7:20 am
It was pleasant, calm morning,
Gleaming, twinkling Sun in the sky
Little chilly, even in the Summer
While I was drinking my protein shake,
Winds were touching my skin and face
On College Ave, waiting for the bus to come
I was sitting on the bench, looking at my surroundings
I noticed, a girl in a royal blue dress
Ambling toward the bus stop
She was wearing a shiny yellow-ish aviator sunglasses
She sat on the bench, I looked at her
But, she didn't. She took off her sunglasses.
Astonishing, Marvelous, heaven came to the land
She was so beautiful, reminded me of
Cherry blossom flowers in the Spring
Gorgeous eyes and fabulous smile,
Felt, they've wondered my mind
She was a power bank of smiles
Occasionally, I kept looking at her to say "hi."
But, couldn't. She looked at me once.
Maybe, she noticed me
"LX," the bus came in, she stood up
And I froze, couldn't move
She was about to get on the bus,
I kept thinking, left with a bunch of
should've, would've, and could've
she looked over her shoulder, wasn't expecting at all
And she just smiled…
I thought I was trying to read her mind
But, she has already read mine,
left me amazed and wondering
Who was she?
Wished, I'd see her again.