RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Mind opening engineers, holding out millions of dollars in
Motivating people as they sit in chairs, causing emotional
turmoil through words which seem to make sense.
Throughout the day, sitting in one place, awaiting an
opportunity that one can afford.
Reaching into empty pockets, wanting to realize other
people's dreams in your own way.
Feeling tired as the day progresses, disappointment sets
in, because you are not rich yet.
All that is offered is above your means, and you realize
there is no realistic outlet for your dream.
Sitting yet, determined to stay 'til the end to receive
a free home study course.
It was a nice day, but mostly it was a monetary waste,
although our minds have been opened, expanded and put back
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