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Behold, A Golden Ring

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Oh, behold a golden ring
Do you admire such a thing?
Those who sweat out to mine the ore
Remain so gritty, meek, and poor
Those who smelted the precious metal
Get burned from the hot and flaming kettle
Those who fashioned the circle fine
Bewilder those who wait in the line
Those who toiled the least in finance
Get to jig with it as they dance
Taking the gift home to the royal queen
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Friday, February 8, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: vanity,politics
Shaun Cronick 31 December 2019
A splendid and captivating well written poem sir I was entranced from its fine beginning to its fine end. You display warm and welcome echoes of Ella Wheeler Wilcox a fellow countrywoman of your good self. Thank you for writing and sharing this vivid poem.10++ and added to my favourites. Thank you again.
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Jazib Kamalvi 03 March 2019
Write comment. A good poem indeed, Alfred B. Read my poem, Love and Iust. Thanks
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