Dorothy Watkins

(Duncan, Oklahoma)

What To Do, What To Do? - Poem by Dorothy Watkins

To help you out of this stew
Pray my friend, pray to renew
Your commonsense and humor too!

Then laugh loudly and think
Of beautiful skies
And air that don't stink
And the water you use is fit to drink

Then go to a handy health bar
To find something that keeps you up to par
So you can get on with seeking your star!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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