Dr. Elbert R. Moses, Jr.
Life - Poem by Dr. Elbert R. Moses, Jr.
Life that is full of hope
Has many of God's folk,
Life that is full of troubles,
May be fraught with transient bubbles.
It needs God's support,
To sustain and covet,
In a world where materialism is rampant,
And the Golden Rule is seldom used;
And where man is much abused.
Man is put on earth
With a purpose in his divine birth;
To help his fellowman;
To share his burden as best he can.
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