U Win Kyi
Financial Tsunami (2) (Almost Every One Suffers)
The hospital are busy
with patients of anxiety,
and depression of great severity,
for having no job security.
They would be fired immediately,
when the company goes bankruptcy.
People with Master or PhD degree,
are forced to work manually,
for a small salary,
without caring the dignity,
without going grumpy,
to fill their family's tummy.
Newly-wed couples can't afford to have babies,
because for raising them would cost them financial responsibity.
The lovers postpone the weddings indefinitely,
because for raising a family,
they have no ability.
A ex-convict was released from jail to go freely.
He was employed by nobody.
He asked the police to send him back to prison permanently,
so that he could have 3 meals regularly,
without any difficulty.
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