Jewellery and luxury I abhor and undesire,
For it promotes consumption conspicuous and so unfair
Those who show off, I consider bizzare
To garner for them an importance, of air.
But how far I am in this assessment, fair
For an empty pocket can neither ask nor desire
But can I air a view abruptly, uninviting, ire;
Who cannot back his desire, if any, with fare.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem