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There's no money in poetry Coz poets are the biggest fools Penning for the love of it Not demanding what is due Got to change garbs now And write songs and ad jingles To sell some color water And lure a billion people You get paid a pretty fortune And they get peptic ulcers I'll die a rich jingler Than live a poor poet
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There's no money in poetry
Coz poets are the biggest fools
Penning for the love of it
Not demanding what is due
Got to change garbs now
And write songs and ad jingles
To sell some color water
And lure a billion people
You get paid a pretty fortune
And they get peptic ulcers
I'll die a rich jingler
Than live a poor poet


Meaning: The writer mocks poetry as a profession, alluding to there being no money to be made from being a poet.

- MVJ Simon (Poem: No Money, No Poet)
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