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by Raja Sharma (Age: 51)
copyright 03-07-2010


Age Rating: 7 +
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Ding ding ding the coins are ringing
You sing too, for I am singing.
Cling to me and fly to heaven
Bagful of dreams I am bringing.

Work hard now for better future
But help does this filthy lucre.
Moral they teach with their fake smiles
Knowledge sells this pious tutor.

Ding ding ding the coins are ringing
You sing too, for I am singing.
Be happy when twenty seven
Bagful of dreams I am bringing.

Donít apply these teachings in life
False promises flow from my fife
Everyday will be nine-eleven
Real life is torn with hate and strife.

Ding ding ding the coins are ringing
You sing too, for I am singing
Hark to this deceptive maven
Bagful of dreams I am bringing.






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        04-02-2010     Alan Reed        

Sir brother,

your writing always brings a smile to my face no matter the tone, the ring, the texture or the subject.

Life is a show and it often is a brutal, brutal game -- like "horsies" flying off a wild, out-of-control, spritzy carousel, smashing the surroundings and leaving casualties. This is not always a good place - but it is our place and those that hope and try to make it good form our stepping stones to wisdom and prosperity. Keep the faith. Someone must.



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