Perfection Doesn'T Belong To Human Kind - Poem by Francis Duggan
Perfection doesn't belong to human kind
Though in the worst of people some good you will find
But 'tis not what society expects of you
'Tis to your own self that you remain true.
Do not ever put another person down
Or scoff at their aspirations to renown
Each person to their own as one might say
Though all comes to nothing on the final day.
Do you help poor people in their time of need
For such acts of kindness to good karma lead
Or are you one of those who says 'tis not for me
To work for gratus for those in poverty.
The value of one should not be the amount of money he or she accumulate
Or not of your value to the Government of your Nation or your State
But to the person of help most in need
Each act of kindness to good karma lead.
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