We all try and spend our money, so less feels a lot like more
Despite what
John, Paul, George, and Ringo said
Quite unequivocally,
In 1964

We all try and find a way to acquire it fast
Without losing too much face
But far too many of us, seem to lose
this frenzied human race

Larkin found it sad, Frost saw no poetry in it
and Seneca the Younger,
said, it made of us a slave
But of course, to ignore it, to live without it
Is an impressive brand of brave

I think we should all learn to value time
To watch, to talk, to listen, to rest, and play
Money certainly can’t buy you love
And even billionaires,
cannot buy themselves, an extra day.



Nathaniel Fisher





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