A Poem Won'T Pay - Poem by Shalom Freedman
A POEM WON’T PAY
A poem won’t pay for the medicines-
For the groceries-
For the electricity-
For the water-
For the next thing- needed
To live a small decent life.
A poem won’t pay-
And others say-
'Why should it? '
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