• Others 25.07.2007

    Poor dwellings should endure disgrace;
    For shame, within an economical chase.
    Financial tutors are mad for a kingdom,
    To breathe fresh air–superior to scum.

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    Poor dwellings should endure disgrace;
    For shame, within an economical chase.
    Financial tutors are mad for a kingdom,
    To breathe fresh air–superior to scum.

    Opportunity knocks on a richman’s eye,
    Slightly to and fro–inside a clever head.
    At his eye’s corner, he hides a disguise,
    Tantalizing some poor dependent shed.

    The united image is an escalate high,
    To be an example for a struggling life.
    Sleep comfortably to a poor man’s lie;
    He deserves degradation from a wife.

    Run fast…along side the pathetic poor;
    He labors overtime…for his shoddy car.
    He makes no money, while getting sore;
    Feed the fool, ’cause he’s fight’n a war.

    Wealthy security provide rules-of-power,
    Cause the authority-of-power may judge.
    To rule a poor man–from an ivory tower,
    He may execute decisions with a grudge.

    The fastened poor have no right to veto,
    For the bottom of the heap will smother.
    Poorish conditions, with nothing to show;
    Freedom!…is merely a struggle to bother.

    Run!…a raging pace at the speed-of-rite,
    From a relentless world with jaws to bite.
    Many fools bring corruption–unto a story;
    Out-of-wealth appears an obscure glory.
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