George Wootton Poems
|1.||Until Death Us Do Part||6/2/2007|
|2.||Our Love Is Like The Daffodils||6/5/2007|
|3.||Whose Children Are These?||6/5/2007|
|4.||A Child Is A Terrible Thing To Waste||6/11/2007|
|5.||Lost Souls Of Wandering Boys||6/11/2007|
|7.||Come Home Son, Supper's Ready||5/30/2007|
|10.||Warehouses Of Wisdom||6/22/2007|
|13.||Once Upon A Fairytale||11/4/2007|
|15.||A Special Soul||6/16/2007|
|16.||Hunny I Miss You||6/22/2007|
|17.||How Far We Have Come||6/16/2007|
|18.||The Best Gift Ever||11/4/2007|
|20.||Springtime In Oklahoma||5/25/2007|
|21.||The Old Home Place||5/31/2007|
|22.||Endeavor To Persevere||6/16/2007|
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Endeavor To Persevere
When best-laid plans have fallen to waste
and frustration abounds in their former place,
when failure looms with doubts and fears
we must endeavor to persevere!
When dreams are shattered and hopes are dashed,
goals upon the shoals have crashed,
when gladness is but a memory dear
let us endeavor to persevere.
When sons and daughters from God rebel
and the paths they follow lead straight to hell
your fervent prayers God does not hear
pledge to endeavor to persevere.
When wracked with pain, our body worn,
youth is spent, don't be forlorn, ...
What man can tell what wondrous beauties
have past but once this way
unseen by human eye because
t’was closed in sleep at end of day.
What glorious form did but for
a scarce tick in time appear,
silhouetted against full moon
for nighttime lovers to hold dear.