All Things Bright And Beautiful - Poem by Alan Rawlinson
I sailed around this lovely earth,
It taught me lots of things,
how people are so happy,
and all the joy it brings.
The simple life is the best,
it makes us all content,
No need to fret and wish for more,
when life is heaven sent.
All the days are like a treasure,
there's beauty all around,
and caring for each other
adds to pleasure found.
Now that I'm old and grey,
and creaking more and more,
it's still a marvellous thing to be
so happy I could soar!
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