The Hard Roads Of Life

The hard roads of life we travel up and down
And so many do live far from their own Hometown
And though the future is uncertain we cannot live in the past
And changes around us occuring so fast
We must live in the now though to the past we do cling
And who knows what tomorrow to our lives will bring
An old saying I once heard I often do recall
Everyone for herself or himself and God for us all
The saying may be old but the sentiments true
Though what you make out of it entirely up to you
Life is not meant to be easy said George Bernard Shaw
But circumstance of birth akin to Murphy's Law
The one born to the monarch knows of wealth and renown
And the one born of poor parents lives poor on the poor side of town.

by Francis Duggan

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