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Big Holes In The Economy.

Unrepairable Holes.

Economy is torn.

There are huge holes , heavy dents and radical crossbones.

A torn cloth , if mended never regains its original face.

A glass once broken cannot be fused together.

Adhesives do a job ,but not a completes one.

The shattered economy is in rags.

Geithner and Bernanke tried their best to attach the loose bits together.

They  did succeed to some extent, but were pulled by the rousing tempestuous frailties  which again endangered the closing survival.

The governments of all nations initiated a stimulus , a bailout, a funding to raise the economy  from  mortuary.

Few administrations were successful, but the rest were culpable to  the ill planning and wrongful programmes.

The world is frigid . It  is  frozen .

Reasonable schedules, indefatigable promotions, risky endeavours were deployed to extricate the economy.

It just rose its head.

suddenly a new issue surfaced ,giving a blow to the convalescent economy.

The finances were muddled.

The inexplicable forces are dragging the economy southwards.

The latest is the failure of the Dubai World.

A revival is not in the vicinity.

The holes are becoming larger and larger, that it is difficult to darn them.

A sincere attempt to  give  a sane covering  proves fatal.

The illicit , illegal amass of wealth, the hoardings , the tax evasion, the corruption that shroud the economy are  so deep that it is highly    impossible to relay the economy back in shape.

A stitch in time saves nine, goes the maxim.

A timely needling could have decreased the violent break down.

The fed failed.

The European governments were  ovesighted.

The Asian , specifically China and India did well to sustain the crash.

These nations ,once dubbed poor economies have shown an exemplary performance.

Concluding  with Matthew Arnold’s words,

“they also serve ,who stand and wait”

The once embittered nations have made a fabulous recovery, making the rich western counterparts blink in awe.


By meenas17

A lover of classical Carnatic music.
An avid reader, passionate writer, into stocks and investments for livelihood

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