A Man -- With A -- Conscience - Poem by Lois Wilson
Can drive himself mad
if he do something to a person bad.
And everywhere he go
he'll reap what he sew,
And if he makes a heart burn
he'll see it every way he turn.
Guilt of wrong stays on his mind
and keep him wondering all the time.
Thinking of things he should've done
while mistreating the wrong one.
It makes him wear a frown
always seeing the person around.
It can be seen in his eyes
when a man has told a lot of lies.
And that man ain't never glad
after his conscience drives him mad.
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