Treasure Island

Tom Zart


SWEET CHILD OF GOD


Man’s world is what it is due to greed, hate and fear
We never seem to have total control of our passions.
Sometimes good, sometimes tragic, lonely and sad
Only Divine wisdom can alter our reactions.

All humans begin as a sweet child of God
Blameless, loving, sinless and full of need.
It’s adults who teach life’s living examples
Of goodness, evil, hate, forgiveness, faith or greed.


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Submitted: Friday, May 16, 2014

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