What a bountiful harvest
The most glorious of crops
Came to us this beautiful year
After many days of rain drops

Wouldn't it be wonderful
Sharing with the world's poor
To place a basket of food
At each and every door

If no child went hungry
No war threatened their life
And all the miseries left them
With no problems or strife

What a bountiful harvest
Some of which we could part
To share with a few unfortunate
Let us give from within our heart


Sharon (Sunyskys1943@aol.com)


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