POEMS: “I bargained with life for a penny” (about abundance)



“I bargained with life for a penny
and life would pay no more,
however, I begged at evening
when I counted my scanty store;

For life is a just employer
he gives you what you ask
but, once you have set the wages
why, you must bear the task;

I worked for a menial’s hire
only to learn dismayed
that any wage I had asked of life,
life would have willingly paid.”

Napoleon Hill





2 Comments Add yours

  1. Curiosity says:

    This is really nice. Thank you for doing this.


    1. Oh! Thank you! I’m so glad to hear that you enjoyed it 🙂


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