MOHAMMAD SKATI


MONEY


Money is good and Bad at the same time, It is evil and sweet At the same time, It is being loved by Everyone even those Who hate it or they Don't like it anytime, It is a means to an end, But it is powerful, It is a good servant and A bad master to some people, It talks a global language That all people know it, It is lovely though some People use it in bad ways, It is saved, deposited, cashed, Spent, transferred, and done In many ways everywhere, It is known when mentioned In front us or anywhere, It decides your situation Among people as a poor man Or a rich man anywhere, It is in different shapes as Pretty gold, lovely silver, Shares, houses, or anything else, It is a great thing to some people, But a few people don't like it, then It is a great power that enables A few to be good players in life, but It is a big misery if spent in bad Ways to some other people anytime.

Submitted: Thursday, October 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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