Kenneth T. Schofield

Wildomak, California, USA
Kenneth T. Schofield
Wildomak, California, USA
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The Dying Gamblers Story

In a little secret Gambling house in a city known for fame
There sits a man of tender years his head bowed down in shame
That young man told a story as sad as can be
And if you will but listen this is what he said to me.
A year ago I had a wife but she was called one day
And as she lay so near to death she pressed my hand to say
I'm giving you my wedding ring to cherish all your life
And with these words the reaper called away my loving wife.
Soon I started gambling til I never had a thing
And on a hand I thought would win I bet my dead wife's ring

I drew the card and looked at it, Oh God I cried aloud
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