Diane Banks Merceron

(Cockeysville, Maryland)

Law Of Prosperity - Poem by Diane Banks Merceron

When it seems your luck is down
and things are going from bad to worse
it does not help to scream and yell
complain and groan and curse

When the bank says you're overdrawn
and creditors are nigh,
You're too poor to pay attention,
let alone the bills so high.

Don't bang your head against the wall,
and stomp around and scream.
You'll never pay the bills that way
let alone achieve your dream!

Just close your eyes and block it out,
imagine what you crave
you can imagine it
reality's just a slave

Prosperity's out there for you
if you only will believe,
and start the wheel in motion,
just be open to receive!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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