FRIENDSHIP IN THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

FRIENDSHIP IN THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

O who will walk a mile with me

Along life’s merry way?

A comrade blithe and full of glee.

Who dares to laugh out loud and free,

And let his frolic fancy play.

Like a happy child, through the

flowers gay

That fill the field and fringe the

way

Where he walk a mile with me.

And who will walk a mile with me

Along life’s weary way?

A friend whose heart has eyes to see

The stars shine out o’er the darkening

sea,

And the quiet rest at the end o’ the

day;

A friend who knows, and dares to

say

The brave, sweet words that cheer

the way

Where he walks a mile with me

With such a comrade, such a friend,

I fain would walk till journey’s end,

Through summer shine, winter rain,

And then?

Farewell, we shall meet

again!

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article41745952

Poem. (1936, May 20). Cairns Post

via FRIENDSHIP IN THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY.

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