Tags : wealth

The Importance Of Buttons

The Importance Of Buttons

A Poem by Earl Schumacker


Through the eye of a needle
All the Brick Houses

All the Brick Houses

A Book by Bthinksandwrites


An eye-opening approach to the life of a young woman within an extremely wealth, elite-controlled, vain family struggling with mental illness that ref..
A VERY WONDERFUL GAS

A VERY WONDERFUL GAS

A Story by Peter Rogerson


Wouldn't it be a really good idea if a kind of benevolent equality spread across the world?
An Offering for the Ashes

An Offering for the Ashes

A Poem by H L Rose


We had talked of wealth for quiet some time. It was a touchy subject so he treaded lightly as he lectured before us. We had almost come to a close on ..
"Wealth Inequality"

"Wealth Inequality"

A Poem by The Mindful Witch


Just a little ditty about the current political climate regarding wealth inequality.
Scullery Dreams

Scullery Dreams

A Poem by Debbie Barry


a bit of new nursery rhyme that wandered into my head in the night.
Big Pharma

Big Pharma

A Poem by Melissa Jamma


He cuts diamonds with his teethHe eats babies for breakfastHe's running on no sleepHe winds up like a toyAll you gotta do is pull the threadA little l..
ESCAPE AT NIGHT

ESCAPE AT NIGHT

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


A quiet dbate in the pitch black of a horse-drawn coach at night.
Victoria Desperado's Mansion of Despair

Victoria Desperado's Mansion of Despair

A Story by James Foley


Her boldness blinded her to what lawfulness requires. Beautiful and tragic, she paid the full price.
The Veil

The Veil

A Poem by Sincerely, A.D


How we progress through this experience called life
The Gom Project

The Gom Project

A Book by Mary


The Grandys are a very prominent family in society. The family of 7 are known world wide by being billionaire and models. Most unknown of all the Gran..
BLAME IT ON THE MONEY

BLAME IT ON THE MONEY

A Poem by Emmiasky Ojex


A poem on how money has thwarted humanity in the world
Protest

Protest

A Poem by Scott De Buitléir


Or: "Not Every Lattè Is Some Classist Sin"
For one Nine

For one Nine

A Poem by James George


A poem about misplaced determination which inevitably led to falsehood and fraud.
Upper Eastside

Upper Eastside

A Poem by Onlyme


She is a rich b***h livingin Upper EastsideCarnegie HillNY City.Fur coat, botoxsurgical enhancementslong well-manicured fingers nailsbig lips and high..