Lee Wells

(O'Neill, Nebraska)

Perishable Things - Poem by Lee Wells

So many chase after so many perishable things
That cause strife and many heartaches
brings
But first we should seek the kingdom of God
We ar never to satan's tricks to give an ok nod for he has many clever ways as a disguise
Who wants a loser that is perishable prize
He's been a loser that is perishable prize
He's been a loser from his first competition
Now really do you want to get in that position Satan has nothing that's valuable this or any day
I'd rather follow one that's truth knows the way
Yes one whose life that was based on true love
As He came form God's home of heaven above May each never strive for the perishable things
So they may listen to heavenly choir as it sings
Oh what joy to be one of heaven coveted treasures
It will bring Heavenly Father very much pleasure.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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