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Greed Is Out
Greed is out,
Yes, yes, let’s shout,
The man whose riches satisfy his greed
Is not more rich for all those heaps and hoards
Than some poor man who has enough to feed
And clothe his corpse with such as God affords.
Spat out of the mouth of Satan
Comes forth a needy demon
With desires exploding
Out of proportion
Through sake of chance
......Some odd result
As you grow up in this world,
the facts and stories that were untold slowly unfold.
You are forced to bear a lot of pain
and you just can't complain.
I dream a scene
Where a baby falls asleep
Having sucked a pair of breasts
Resembling two pomegranates weighing ten kg.
You are unseen but also captured
In minds of many you are featured,
You divert the child well nurtured,
On grazing by you animals are pastured.
When Greed Outstrips Needs (A Rondel of 13 lines)
When outstripped are our needs by Greed
Or love of Fame our still outweighs,
God fashioned man out of earth
In His image and breathed life into him
Woman He created for him to love
Dominion over creation, He gave him
When I watch folks of this world and see how widespread
It is for those, that pile up treasure and put on fat, to chafe
At the bit and grasp for more, the way they hunger for a safe
As broad as the ocean, and so deep, that it'd never touch the seabed,
The earth we love is being destroyed for future generations, who will never understand why? Greed and money have stolen mankinds souls.
The greed of every human stands naked when it come to sacrifice.
Greed with no ends
I've been a little greedy lately
The lure of a little sweet sun after thick fog!
We are really strange people
All our greed is strange.
No doubt about it.
Many got caught up in the gossip.
Purposely done to distract,
A planning of conflicts...
Greed, the omnipresent demon
at every phase of life
greed for food
An avaricious man, for numbers of reasons,
Most of his friends were just as him too
Greed the father of patience and a trapper
Tramp so lacking, seemed Lazarus was better.
Fluttering wings and greed weary,
Poor fly is stuck in jaggery,
Caught in greed's gluey clout,
Struggling hard to get out,
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