The Man In The Corner

I walk past him five days a week. He is always there, curling up in a corner on the inside of a subway entrance. He has messy long hair, a beardy face, and shivers slightly in the winter breeze. Extending his arm with an empty coffee cup in his hand seems like the only constantContinue reading “The Man In The Corner”

Spare A Change

I walked by a Starbucks and heard a homeless woman begging the passing crowd for money. “Spare a change. Spare a change.” I wanted to spare a change, but soon realized that I was not a millionaire, who had got pockets full of change to spare easily. Some may consider giving away a buck orContinue reading “Spare A Change”

One Of The Life’s Conundrums

Many people look to street corner, in the open air, for intriguing discoveries. There are also many people, who look to street corner, on the inside of a public space, for shelter and protection. Lately, I have noticed more and more socially and financially disadvantaged people, who have sought out a warm corner in theContinue reading “One Of The Life’s Conundrums”