Prisoner of poverty is walking on the street.
He seems to be free
but invisible chains of restrictions
entangle his body.
He goes near the restaurant.
He looks through its windows.
He sees joyful people at the tables
who ate tasty dishes.
Prisoner of poverty feels
he would never be client
of this eating establishment.
Prisoner of poverty enters a supermarket.
He looks t exotic fruits and expensive teas
but he is able to buy a loaf of bread.
Prisoner of poverty moves near touristic agency
He glares at different advertisements of flight travels
in the various countries of the world
though he cannot fly away from misery of his life.
Garland County Poor House
Kennedy, J. F.