One Must Always Come with Cash

Or perhaps your coffin
Can float the river Styx
For two coins hold promise
Of wealth beyond compare

Perhaps your riches
And the influences you have won
Perhaps they will suffice
For a trip to the far shore
Through the watery salt
That had a face once
But retains a soul

Before the rings became cuffs
And possessions became chains
What you own shall own you
Home will be your casket

She lived with a broken heart
Loving a broken, sordid man
He used to be top salesman
Two glasses of wine, two aspirin and a valium pill
Will make your legs stand straight
With your feet upon the ground
Before you fall down
Making a terrible sound

One Must Always Come with Cash

ragabond

Atlanta, United States

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