From Living Life It Does Seem - Poem by Francis Duggan
From living life it does seem we learn every day
And for our life experiences some price we have to pay
We learn from our every mistake though to us they come at a cost
And little point in lamenting on to us what has been lost,
Some very wealthy people have gone bankrupt of them more than a few
The riches to rags stories one might say are nothing new
Come tell me who in their right mind would embrace poverty?
Without money one is powerless that's how it seems to me
Some say in life we have to learn to give as well as to receive
I like their sort of thinking and on such I do believe
That we all cannot be millionaires so happens to be true
But to those who never harm anyone some credit ought be due
From life we pay to learn is fact and fact does never lie
And we never stop learning until the day we die.
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