Rolling

Rolling

Rolling along—the big, overstuffed suitcase is pushed around. Someone’s knee is often used to kick it. One baggage handler pushes it, then another. A third baggage handler takes it, puts it down. “This one is heavy”, he says as he walks away. Someone else picks it up. He looks at it and shakes his head. “I wonder who this belongs to. Whoever it is must realize it’s a burden.” The man puts it in the lost and found dept. “All the trips this suitcase must have taken. Maybe it was one trip too many.”

 

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2 Responses to “Rolling”

  1. Alex Says:

    Great humorous street scene

    • beccar Says:

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