Rozella D. Ashbaucher
Do You? - Poem by Rozella D. Ashbaucher
Do you do a good turn daily,
Lend a helping hand in need,
To some friend by sorrow broken,
Or a stranger on the street?
Do you smile when life seems dreary,
And your friends give way to woes;
Help to make their pathway cheery,
Urge them on to make their goal?
Do you pat them on the shoulder;
Tell them troubles soon will end,
It they pick up pluck and courage,
Trust in God, they're sure to win?
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