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B.R.O.K.E.

August 18, 2016

This piece was inspired by much, everyday living to be exact. In no way am I saying every broke person does not have some type of “habit” that may contribute to their circumstances- this piece is inspired by the one “wrong” move that has many bound to this cycle for far too long. i.e. poor credit, student loans, low paying jobs, inherited, high interest rates, – these obstacles are not excuses and the trap is real – fall into any of these traps and add everyday expenses on top and for some they die this way passing it down to their seeds, many live this way passing it on to their seeds- the distribution of wealth, and pay in this economy is more calculated than many can conceive or want to believe.  

B.R.O.K.E.

Bound

Rejected

Overlooked

Knocked down

Empty

No where in the word broke is there an “l” for lazy because lazy is the last reason many are broke.

Broke pays the highest fees for the smallest amounts

Broke is always given the least

Broke has to beg for scrapes when there is more than enough

Broke is turned down the most for what the rich are given 

Broke is an outcast on every level 

Bound -Rejected -Overlooked- Knocked Down -Empty

Bound to circumstances they felt were their only options

Rejected by almost everyone whose knows they don’t have

Overlooked by so many because money they don’t possess 

Knocked Down often if they aim to rise above the “norm”

Empty because more than enough rarely comes their way 

So the next time B.R.O.K.E. appears ask

What has them Bound?

How have they been rejected, or who has rejected them?

How much are they overlooked?

How many times have they been knocked down?

How long have they been empty?

Poor is a mindset 

Broke can be temporary – stop kicking B.R.O.K.E. because the are Bound -Rejected -Overlooked -Knocked Down -Empty
No one wants to be B.R.O.K.E. but it’s a lifestyle for many including some who have it all. The Rich and empty are the B.R.O.K.E.-est of all.

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