Many other passengers share
the poor woman’s personal
vehicle, the plus sized bus.
Travelling round the city
between long scheduled intervals
they share a chauffeur, fit
their outings and errands
around the council timetable,
walk to and from bus stops.

Yet passengers have no bills
for maintenance, tyres, no
need to negotiate traffic
lights and roundabouts or
struggle to park a car, pay
parking meters, warrants,
licences, registration.

Good compensation for
walking to bus stops.


3 thoughts on “Buses

  1. That sounds good to me, one day I will use the bus as it stops right outside our gate. As you said too many things to remember to do, paying to keep a car on the road. The worst part is driving around a busy town, trying to find a park and when you do the parking meter won’t work. Happy weekend to you.

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