‘Bus’ by Theresa Muñoz

Bus A piece of your childhood never confessed. And I confess I heard it from Dad. Those humid months the family home was a broken down bus. Ditched beside a graffitied wall. Three brothers and three sisters. You the youngest. Mostly I imagined the evenings. Streetlight warming the greasy windows. Doors rattled by cars. Each kid curled on a bench seat, inhaling leather. Grandpa, a … Continue reading ‘Bus’ by Theresa Muñoz