Daffodil Jackson

Rookie (20/05/1953 / Warwickshire, England.)

Mayhem - Poem by Daffodil Jackson

Economic mayhem is what
The world is suffering now,
The currency confusion
Causes heads of state to bow.
We need to find a way out
Of a world that's built on greed,
And I dream of a Utopia
Where everybody's need
Is met with pure compassion
Not monetary concern.
It's such a simple lesson
Yet seems so hard to learn.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 7, 2010

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