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The Beggars Delight

Updated on February 15, 2016


a facade of goodness,

dimes on the dollar

blood on your collar

pieces of diminutive generosity

tramps love handouts

look for direction of the middle class

leisurely indifferent realists

NYC subways monogramed

a home but not without help

is education an institution

not from a hand out on the train

New York City is not Rome

the Socialist wonder in grandeur

that was New York

bore by socialist’s clichéd reactions

be real not an imitation of love

liberals cater to their self-destruction

know the established redistribution

a world survives without a coin filled hand



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