John W. McEwers
Security In The Banks So Big - Poem by John W. McEwers
Like a camera upon my heart
Is the grandfather bank.
It is nice
To see you.
Keep me safe
I trust in you.
And if anyone should ever try to take what I have earned
I will sue them with the full force of my legal council.
When first you beamed upon my sight
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