Jesse Wood Poems
|1.||Poem For Derrill||2/23/2006|
|2.||Misfortunes Of A Wealthy Family||2/23/2006|
|3.||I Am A Human Being||2/23/2006|
|4.||America My Own Interpretation||2/23/2006|
|5.||Where Angels Go||11/13/2007|
|7.||In You Shall We Find Rest||6/5/2008|
|8.||Lost, Lonely Girl Blues||6/5/2008|
|9.||The Lilly (Of Salvation)||6/5/2008|
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Misfortunes Of A Wealthy Family
In the beauty of the valley
Ever standing still
Lived a family of great fortune
They even had a will.
They lived happily in that valley and never gave a dime
To the poor man, the meek or otherwise they’d hardly gave the time.
Then one day God said to them
Why do you mistreat my children?
And then they all said with a smirk or grin
Because we don’t care to give to those vagrants.
They hardly know what money is or what for it is meant.
'Well live in poverty and rags, ' the Elderly Deity said
You will have no friends no love no anything not even a slice of ...