Paper Money - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
Even the Virgin mountains shake
when bachelors cry.
from dawn to dusk this unnecessary rush
Life is more beautiful than anything
without paper money,
coins at least give melancholy tune.
The culprits dig paupers graveyard for wealth
found nothing only the sorrow palpitation they heard.
Yes my friend, life is more worth than anything
without paper money.
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