SIDNEY W. JOHNSTON

Rookie (January 10 1939 / Bolder Colorado)

Sing A Song - Poem by SIDNEY W. JOHNSTON

If you think you have troubles and woe's,
Check with the man upstairs and he give you a show.

Count your blessing's one at a time,
Making life's mountains a little easier to climb.

So say a little prayer and by yourself do all you can,
Leave the rest to God to work his wondrous plan.

His plan always works, right or wrong,
So try to feel better an sing a song

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011


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