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When most people observe big cities they see huge skyscrapers towering above the rest of the city They may even see tens of thousands of people trampling about the narrow streets like bees all crowed in a nest What most people dont see however are the homeless people who live in the cold overcrowded streets of these big cities These sections exist in every big city they are called the ghettos In these ghettos the smell of garbage illuminates the misty stench filled air Everywhere you look you see cardboard boxes and old drums used to light fires Old cigarette packs and liquor bottles are found just about everywhere Stained newspapers are found inside the cardboard boxes as some sort of blanket or shelter from the cold In this grueling place exists a pitiful and sorry looking creature His hair is so greasy it looks as if it has motor oil in it His clothes have stains and crumbs of food accumulated on them from hours of digging through the deep rusty dumpsters In his dirty oily black little paws he holds a half-rotten apple maybe his only meal of the day The Vietnam army coat he has on is so tight that you can see his slender bony shoulders sticking out His checkered shirt is buttoned all the way up to his bony neck to keep the cold air from hitting his filthy skin He also furnishes a pair of old faded hand me down jeans with a hole just above the right knee He also has a sorry looking pair of Nikes on with the soles worn so thin it is as if he is walking on his feet His nose is as red as a cherry from countless hours in sub-zero climate It looks as if this person hasnt had a shower in a couple of months He has a full beard that connects to his scraggly looking m oustache
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