"I rode the bus"

Smith, Bruce
September 2012
Field (00150657);Fall2012, Issue 87, p88
Academic Journal
The poem "I Rode the Bus" by Bruce Smith is presented. First Line: I rode the bus to my becoming with the boys from rehab who wanted; Last Line: run.


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