Vega Destiny Star

Rookie (03/09/1990 / Hibbing MN)

Poverty the Curse


Poverty

Is an baleful curse.
A more terrible curse than the plaque.
Poverty hits innocent lives.
Tears peoples relationships.
Brings you into a black hole.
Poverty is an elixir of depression.
Brings on fearfulness.
Like a malicious dragon.
Poverty is ones worst adversary.
Hard to prevent and slay.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 22, 2006

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