Thursday, May 7, 2015

Paddle One's Own Canoe By Charles Boast Wilder

Everyone has traveled about a bit in his time,
All of troubles he's seen many,
But finding it better in all clime
to paddle his own canoe.
None shall wants all, none can care all,
After his bills are paid before due,
He can drift away strife in the ocean of life sea
while everyone paddles one's own canoe.
Love one's neighbor as oneself
As the world turns, he goes traveling through
and refuses to sit down with a tear or a frown,
But paddle his own canoe.
Pa and Ma sing their favorite fiddle song,
Their children also sing along,
The mood is set good,
Education at home-front is well put.

 JP At Olive Garden