Shadows - Poem by Rod Morris
The shadow we cast from the day of our birth,
Till the day that we die is the sum of our worth.
Do not throw a shadow of greed hate or fear,
Be warm, be outgoing, a joy to be near.
Life deals the odd two when its aces we need,
Stand tall, show strength, your will to succeed.
Make life your own beach full of endless delight,
Then those, whom know you, see not shadow, just light.
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