Rhyme: Not To Worry - Poem by Caryl Ramsdale
What if our cup is empty,
And there's nothing on our plate;
What if our shoes are worn out,
And our clothes don't fit our weight.
Sometimes things we fret about,
Seem absolutely silly,
Bear in mind God feeds the birds,
And even dressed a lily.
What if we ask what's to drink,
What's to eat and what's to wear;
What if trouble comes tomorrow,
What's for us and what's to share?
Everyone we know in town,
Goes all out to get most things;
We all know God knows our needs,
He can send us everything.
What if's are quite bothersome,
They can shorten a lifetime;
What if we didn't worry,
Not to worry's on my mind.
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