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''Nourished From Within''
The fish you catch when hungry
are a sad and sorry breed
You'll think the thief your saviour
when you're in a state of need
You'll sell your soul for pennies
when resources are depleted
Your cause will go unchampioned
when you think yourself defeated
With hand outstretched and eyes cast low
what treasures can you gain
When all that you project
is just a sad picture of pain?
No, life rewards the one
who shows a constant will to win
Who knows through feast or famine
that she's nourished from within!
Walt's Life Rhyme #173
(Nourished From Within)
© Walt F.J. Goodridge
''I share what I know,
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