Chunk Change/Chump Change


 so you think money

as gold as honey

is at the root of

all evil?

cash dependence

can seal one’s sentence

  yet, an absence of moola

can stifle one’s hoopla

there’s the decision

for the commonsensical

to make good use of it


not mishandle it


Reena’s Exploration Challenge – week 59


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23 replies

  1. Cool rhyme. Common sense message. 😊

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  2. Great! Money isnt evil, its how people use it which is evil. And if someone uses money to enforce negative acts against others is the source of evil.

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  3. It is all good – as long one enslaves money, not the other way round.

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  4. Reblogged this on Reena Saxena and commented:

    Moneymoons .. by Eugenia

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  5. So very true. Money is the drug we can’t live with or without.

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  6. Love it! 🙂 Sharing your words of wisdom, Eugenia.. xo

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  7. Well done. I could use a little more of it 🙂

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  8. Excellent muse Eugenia, indeed what would happen if money became valueless?
    As the Native American Indians Cree Indian Proverb. “Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money.”….

    Love and Blessings for a wonderful Sunday and new week ahead.. ❤

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  9. I love the proverb, Sue, and one that should be heeded. Regarding your last post, I was concerned about your experience with your accuser and unable to comment. I believe your comments were at max.

    Your use of the puzzle was not plaigarism, Sue, and you handled the situation perfectly. Here is a link that offers a good explanation for plaigarism. Have a great Sunday!


  10. Nice rhyming, Eugenia!

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