MLMM Tale Weaver – 134 – “Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees”

Remember hearing that as a child?

Something we are required to do

An everyday chore, yes, it’s true

I don’t care for it, maybe neither do you

Shopping till you wear out your shoes

Some people actually enjoy the task

Traipsing around, but I would rather bask

In the sun, relaxing, not fixated on money

And asking how much is this one, honey?

(Looking for a bargain,

That may be your jargon)

Shopping is therapy for some

I’m just not that someone

I often feel guilty spending the cash

I’d rather keep money away in a stash

For an important occasion

But I fall for persuasion

And end up spending.

It’s a necessity to shop, and it’s never ending.

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