Innocence And Riches

Rating: 5.0

Encrusted with jewels
And covered with gold
It may be priceless
But it can be sold

Plain as a handful
Of unsifted dirt
It may be worthless,
But losing it hurts

Maybe it's backwards
Maybe it's wrong
But a treasure untreasured
Won't last for long

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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Simon Gowen 20 July 2011

I like how clever this piece is. You can apply it too so many things. I may just have to read it again.

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Ifeanyi Eze 06 June 2011

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