That person over there
To address the interaction between stranger and revealing an insight to make a human connection or initiate thinking that there migh be much more to someone than there first appears, through a humorous rhyming poem.
The crowd are a mass of people, but we know each individual has a small story or fact (some more vague and abstract, others are specific moments). These are all imaginings in this case however the first version of the book was made for the gallery so contained some true statements based on people who I knew would be there, so in fact it those who read it at that event were reading some truth. These observational imagined statements were set out in very simple rhymes (often very contrasting statements within the two rhyming sentences) pulling these two strangers together in rhyme but also maintaining their differenece.