Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


A Difference For The Better


Since to the higher self you are one who is true
Good Karma in plenty you surely are due
You do a good deed often two every day
And to help others out you go out of your way
Compassionate and caring and generous and kind
Your equal as a person would be hard to find
Yet you will never be the toast of the town
'Tis the arrogant only who do crave renown
Your worth as a good person none ought to deny
For to make a difference in the World your best you do try
Respect to all others you are known to pay
And you are none judgemental in every way
A difference for the better in the World you have made
Yet for you there never will be a parade.

Submitted: Monday, March 02, 2009

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