Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


Hang In There My Friend


May laughter be with you where-ever to you go
And wealth and happiness from now on may you know
Life has not be too kind to you as of late
But like 'tis said all good things come to those who do wait
life as we do know is not always fair
You have had to battle your dogs of despair
Your own heavy life's cross you have had to bear
But through all of your hard times you have hung in there
But hard times like good times do come to an end
And for you good times are coming hang in there my friend
You manage to smile despite your inner strife
And you do make the most of your worrisome life
You never do say that your good days are gone
And despite your hardships you keep on keeping on.

Submitted: Friday, June 27, 2008
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