BANKS BREAK TOO

 

Built to intimidate

Screaming elitism

Old money

No care for new generations

Of loan seekers

Wanting a chance

Willing to work

Just to open morning eyes

Waking up surrounded by

The American Dream

But mortgage payments

Nightmare of businesses

First ten years for interest

Principal stays the same

Family farms, grocery stores

Cottage industries

Swept aside

By the Grim Reaper of Entitlement

So when I look at this bank

I wonder

Where you thought you’d be

And if even the mighty

Will always fall…

 

© 2017 Clarissa Simmens (ViataMaja)

IMAGE: Philadelphia Industrial Trust, Title & Savings Bank (no attribution)

4 comments

    1. I’m so glad that I decided to go through all comments because this is the second one of yours I discovered that I didn’t reply to! Thank you so much and know that I read your blog–even if I don’t comment–and enjoy it

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  1. Reality so called, is like the onion. Pity those who live on the outer layer destined for the compost bucket. In this reality everything fails and falls. It is prey to entropy and has no lasting substance to it.

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