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TOPIC: A precious metals poem
A precious metals poem 4 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 262
One of the first "guest commentators" we added to our site is Darryl R. Schoon. His writing was not only a huge influence (and education) for me personally - especially with respect to the HISTORY of banking, but as a "bonus", he puts out some commentary in VERSE form, at least a few times a year.

Here is Darryl Schoon's latest precious metals poem - and I hope our members and guests will pay closer attention to his astute analysis:


You who hold the scales
Of justice in the land
You who hold the power
That determines if a man
Will earn his daily bread
Or fall victim to your schemes
Broken and indebted
By the triumph of your dreams
Repent, repent, repent my friends
Repent if you would please
Repent, repent, repent my friends
From your selfishness disease
Your doors can’t hold forever
The storm now at the gate
You’ve chosen what will happen
You’ve chosen your own fate
Already we can hear
The changes coming near
Already we can smell
Your anger and your fear
Just when you thought you had it all
That fate would be your friend
It turned on you did it not
Perhaps this is your end
What’s happening to your power?
What happened to your greed?
What’s happening to your minions?
Who served your every need
History has turned on you
After being so kind
The public now is on to you
After being so blind
Repent, repent, repent my friends
Repent if you would please
Repent, repent, repent my friends
From your selfishness disease
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