As On The Great Journey

As on the great journey of life we do go
We do make fifty friends for every foe
The law of average as some do like to say
For the average person life does seem that way
The baby starts learning from life before learning how to crawl
And before learning how to walk properly he or she often fall
We seem to age quickly time ticks on and on
And yesterday to the forever has gone
Some die very young some live to die old and some die in their prime
And eventually we all do lose out to time
For life is a journey that does have an end
We are born as mortals why otherwise pretend
That we are the life forms that do transcend death
Since of air we eventually will draw our last breath.

by Francis Duggan

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