I admonished the brick,
It said nothing as it sat midst his friends,
Who flipped birds and held dicks,
He curled up his lips and raised his eyebrows,
I was in a rush and had to settle,
For staring back at it menacingly,
But from then on, everywhere I looked,
Walls would stand in my way,
Oh the jeers and their immobility,
No matter what I'd say,
Like I'm sorry,
Who am I to be judge?
Until now I was living un observed,
But I just had to point out that brick's smudge.