Ima Ryma


Tribute to Caesar


The taxman cometh - taketh gobs.
Taxpayers complaineth gobs too.
Caesar says taxes pay for jobs,
So paying taxes is must do.
It matters not Caesar says on,
That jobs of taxes get wasted.
That's simply a phenomenon
Of Caesar that's acquired tasted.
To waste not is to want not, so
Since Caesar always does want more,
Then waste more is the way to go,
'Cause more want needs taxes galore.

Caesar does come, does see, does take.
Soon, all that taxpayers do make.

Submitted: Friday, April 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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