Although the poem is still under copyright so you will not find the entire text online, the google books link below has most of the poem. The poem is 14 sections long, and describes an urban street scene. At first, baby birds are hungry. The laundry horse comes down the street, a bakery works, and a bus goes by. People of different nationalities and religions mix, but not always happily.
Bury me not Bunko damned Catholic I pray you in Egypt. (2)
The Jew says this to the Catholic at the funeral home because he is sad that he does not feel a connection to his homeland. Life is not always easy in the cockroach infested city, as people go through their day to day lives with little attention to each other.