Discussion in 'Poetry and Words of Wisdom' started by Blake Bowden, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

    It's the kindly hearts of earth that make This good old world worth while. It's the lips with tender words that wake The care-erasing smile. And I ask my soul this question when My goodly gifts I see,- Am I a friend to as many men As have been good friends to me?

    When my brothers speak a word of praise My wavering will to aid, I ask if ever their long, long ways My words have brighter made. And to my heart I bring again This eager, earnest plea,- Make me a friend to as many men As are good, staunch friends to me.

    - Nixon Waterman.

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