Thomas Raguar

Rookie (11.25.1982)

All Is Vanity - Poem by Thomas Raguar

Accounting for fortune is more than I can do
Living the American Dream
Long-live the dollar, king of all we've been through

Ignominious living, leaves Divinity grieving
Sing your hymns well, you're going to hell

Vanquish in my five car garage
Avarice denotes intelligence, living large
Nail on the foot, know one knows whats what
Iniquity in our morning coffee
Tranquilly receiving interest from the Devil
Your time is come


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 26, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, July 9, 2010

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