Debt Regret

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This one is about how I hate debt

Submitted: October 12, 2011

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Nobody dare say,

“John, you have me to pay.”

I don’t believe in debt.

It’s filled with trouble and regret.

 

It’s a snare, it’s a net.

You become the banker’s pet.

You’ll never get free,

Until you give them your last tree.

 

You are their possession.

There is no digression.

Screw up once,

And you have no pence.

 

They’ll ruin your credit.

Blaming how you did it.

Don’t trust the bank.

It’s a drowning tank.


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