Rhymes for My RagsSaid Brown: 'I can't afford to dieFor I have bought annuity,
And every day of living IHave money coming in to me:
While others toil to make their breadI make mine by not being dead.'Said Jones: 'I can't afford to die,For I have books and books to write.
I do not care for pelf but IWould versify my visions bright;
Emotions noble in my breastBy worthy words should be expressed.'Said Smith: 'I can't afford to die,Because my life is kindly planned;
So many on my care rely,For comfort and a helping hand.
Too many weak ones need me so,And will be woeful when I go.'Then Death appraisingly looked down,Saying: 'Your time's up, Mister Brown.
And I am sorry, Mister Jones,The earth is ready for your bones.
Friend Smith, although you're overdueYour lease of living we'll renew . . .
Both fame and fortune far above,What matters in the end is--Love.'
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