Foolish Worry - Poem by Edwina Reizer
Oh how foolish we are to think
that laugh and drink are wrong.
For when your days are over
no one remembers your song.
So sing, dance and be merry
and love all of your days.
Don't worry over death and taxes.
They'll belong to your yesterdays.
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