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Money matters!

Poetry By: aruntp
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“Money matters” is a poem that narrates all about how money can contaminate our inner self which is pure with purity; money creates more desires and needs; but push the man to put on old garbage of thoughts to shift his personality towards the shore of ugliness. Once shimmered from the mind, he finds why he is like that living in this world.


Submitted:Nov 28, 2008    Reads: 217    Comments: 3    Likes: 2   


Money snitches the mind;

So pure as water and honey;

Walked on earth in a snazzy style;

Sneaks in the heart, full of love and compassion.

Starts to grumble in a gruesome way for others;

Steps up the ladder in a grungy way;

Nothing eternal he feels inside;

The wave of eulogy evaded on his way.

Took all Evanescent pleasures;

Moved all around etching ethos of war;

Once, shimmered his mind of dirt;

Money falls all way on the earth.

Sit alone shilly-shally;

Shelf of books opened nearby;

Shocked looking the page once read;

Never remembered a line, in the mind.

Looked in the rare-mirror a while;

Saw the shinning sun far behind;

Turned around at once;

Moved towards the light so pure.

Meanings of words used in this Poem:

Snitches : to steal something

Snazzy : Modern and stylish in the way that attracts attention

Sneaks : to go somewhere secretly

Compassion : Approving a strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for the sufferings of others.

Grumble : to complain about someone or something in an annoyed way.

Gruesome : Extremely unpleasant and shocking.

Grungy : feeling tired and dirty.

Eternal : lasting forever

Eulogy :piece of writing

Evade : to avoid or escape from something

Evanescent : lasting for only a short time

Etch : to cut a pattern, picture etc

Ethos : set of beliefs, ideas

Shimmer : to shine in such a way that the light seems to shake slightly and quickly

Shilly-shally : to spend too much time doing something or making a decision because you do not know what is the right thing to do.

Pure : Not mixed with any thing else, innocent

Shelf : a long flat board fixed horizontally, usually against a wall or inside a cupboard so that objects can be stored on it.

Page : a side of one the pieces of paper.





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