“Comedy is, for the most part, just an obsession with injustice.” Whitney Cummings
He came to school hungry
She never satiated on breakfast.
He acted out,
She sent him to the office.
Later they learned about nutrition
He taking advantage of the program
She realizing Pop-Tarts aren’t that great
The food allowed them to survive.
He was working and shopping for produce
She was retired and doing the same.
His basket ran into her little cart.
They recognized each other
His maturity not masking the child
Her wrinkles not scratching out his memories
Of their year together in fifth grade.
They never realized the food bond between them
They never put it together that “hangry” is real
They only knew that giving each other a chance
Created a flood of memories right there in the safe part of the store.