S.D. TIWARI

(December.1955 / India)

Debt and Effect


Do you like to do what you like,
Have dream to live luxurious life,
Buy a car, house or household,
Have planning to tour the world
Or want to own valuables, then flaunt,
Taking mate shopping or restaurant,
Short of money? Loan makes it easy.
Credit card can make you more crazy.
Though this truth is well accepted
Most of rich men are highly indebted.

But when you will realise its effect
Immediately say good bye to debt.
Pay heavy interest on the principals,
Receive agent’s debt collection calls.
In debt your mental peace is lost,
Miss planning and opportunity cost.
Your mind always loaded with tension
How to clear loan? Asking the question
Go for another loan or curtails expense
How fast repay and get out of the mess
Major earning is lost in paying interest
I feel, remaining debt free is the best.

(c) S.D.Tiwari
email sdtiwari1@gmail.com

Submitted: Sunday, July 24, 2011
Edited: Friday, August 12, 2011

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  • Neeraj Bhatt (9/30/2011 10:07:00 AM)

    THE POEM ' DEBT AND EFFECT' IS TOUCHY AND THE POET'S WORDS ARE ELOQUENT. S.D.TIWARI HAS A FINE SENSE OF SOUND, IT MAKES US REMEMBER MONOLOGUES OF ROBERT BROWNING. (Report) Reply

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