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Comments to Hubbers Like You
In the old days when a new store owner earned their first dollar,
they would place it on the wall or under glass and give a holler.
Now things have changed, so when you check on your daily Hubber’s pay,
you get excited but can’t touch that buck to put on display.
You begin to count the photos you used and find something’s amiss.
So, you ponder — I’ve spent five to make one— but still this is bliss.
I’ve made friends, written hubs, and made comments to those who follow.
I’ve tried to be supportive and not hot under the collar.
Nevertheless, I’m proud to be a hubber and respect all around,
cause when I set-up for Hubbing, I know that I’m homeward bound.
And though I ‘m now poorer from a monetary point of view,
I feel richer, wiser and fortunate with hubbers like you.
© Don Fiduccia 2012