Your Money Garden - Poem by Arwa Bharmal
A window of opportunity is what lies in front of me,
Not just one or two, but I can see more than three.
I weighed the pros and cons and the risk is too high,
The problems without solutions will not be worry free
The world around me is shrinking too small, yet they all say it is long haul,
When measured in value seems a lot more, though I am far from the core.
They say there is room for all to share, but for others people do not care,
In this limited fortune that there is, why does it feel like an unfair split?
Plunge into the competitive whirl pool; watch the waters are not too deep.
Though you may not float, drown you will not, be sure you learn to swim.
Keep your position not so close to the fence and your progress marked out
Then the slow and steady growth of your plants will not suffer in a drought.
Let me warn you the future is rough, to not expect a plain easy ride.
It would be nice handed on a silver plate but you'll have no place to hide.
As you plough your way through the crops in the field avoid rays of doom,
In the end you will have to find refuge in your overflowing office room.
But the chances are there do not despair if you have the patience root,
Watch the seeds you sow turn and reap and you will behold fresh fruit.
Success can be yours should you desire just be careful of your buyer,
Over the years become the highest flyer and you will never need to retire.
It is quite simple to board this flight,
Decide the Soil for your money tree site.
Provide sufficient water and sunlight,
You will feel the pride of a gardener's delight!
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