25 comments on “Treasury

  1. Great poem Paul. The only thing that keeps this corporate military industrial complex moving is more and more debt. At the very least it seems that in more recent years more and more people are becoming aware of this.


  2. Hey I’ve been reading your posts for a while and I began to wonder…is this guy legit? Clearly I see you are because of all your stuff and man I love your poems 🙂 I just have one question. Will you read over one of my poems and give me a few tips or something?


  3. The greatest experiment in ‘redistribution of wealth’ in modern history! I hear Tennessee Ernie Ford singing ‘Sixteen tons and what do I get / Another day older and deeper in debt / St Peter don’t you call me cuz I can’t go / I owe my soul to the company [corporation] store’ . . .


  4. I just don’t understand any of this–not your poem, the issue. It’s brainless to accumulate outrageous debt–I ought to know, I had 2 bankruptcies. If the bottom line is Greed–well, that’s brainless too (and selfish).


  5. Barrow loads of worthless paper. Nations – all of us – indebted to unaffordable aspirations. All meaningless. I think rich pasta here, rustic red wine, family, company around, laughter, music, work and simple pleasures. Pen and ink and the meanderings of minds and souls shared. In such days the greedy and unjust still thrive but their heresy does not bleed into our souls when we debunk their causes with our actions.
    Some regression perhaps in progress where progress signifies loss of direction?
    You always get me thinking, Paul. No bad thing. The politics of life and meaning.x


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