Henry Clifton Monk

(Clinton, North Carolina, USA)

Today We Endure - Poem by Henry Clifton Monk

Through the best of mankind
By pressuring the efforts
Or our lives to human kind.
To our sights or human kind
While seeking for changing
Or meeting our Godly kind
And render our quotation
To the second substances
Of animation.
Today we endure
Through the best
Would it be so wrong
To admit what we feel
That can only grow strong
As we mend the past
With God's will.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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