Darn Finances

Money –
that vital ingredient –
threatens to rebuke us,
these haphazard habits
equating to negligence.

Investments –
retirement’s foundation –
falter, then plunge,
a mini crisis hitting
too close to home.

Change –
prodded by re-evaluation –
commands control,
scoffs at ideal’s naiveté,
imperfection highlighted.

(Written for dVerse’s quadrille night, hosted by Whimsygizmo, whose prompt is change.  All submitting to Ragtag Community’s, vital; Fandago’s, rebuke; and Manic Mondays 3 Way prompt, imperfection.)

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38 thoughts on “Darn Finances

  1. Finances drive me nuts. My sweet wife is the accountant in the family. I even quit going with her to do the taxes; she tells me I ask dumb questions.

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  2. I think this is the bit I related to most
    “Change –
    prodded by re-evaluation –
    commands control,
    scoffs at ideal’s naiveté,”
    While I try to be sensible with my money, I’m rarely as good as I want to be with it.

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