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The Rich and the Poor-A Poem

The world has so much to offer
 Never give up your hope, my friend
 Life is not always good, it's true
 Yet it's precious, live at your best

 When you often count your miseries
 Remember and see the poorest
 They have less hope or no hope
 And you are no poorer than them

 Rich can never be rich always
 Rich has to work to retain the position
 When the rich leads the poorer life by heart
 Then is it worth living, my dear friend?

 Misery chases the one who fear often
 Be a soldier to counter your evil fear
 Richness is just a state of mind
 Remember to live and love forever

A Poem by Ayubkhan.U
Source:http://bestreviewsnarticles.blogspot.in/2012/04/rich-and-poor-poem.html
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Submitted by ayub_k on August 05, 2016

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Ayubkhan U

Hi this is Ayubkhan.U from Chennai-India. I am a Poet and Advertising Copywriter based at Chennai. I have written more than one hundred poems and posted the same in my various blogs. I am also a Softskill trainer specialized in Communication skill. I have written many Reviews, Short Stories and Children Stories and published in my various blogs. more…

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