Ray Boorman



Three wise men pondered, after having a rift,

trying to decide on life’s greatest gift,

the first man exclaimed, “great knowledge is key

so let it be taught, over ocean and sea”.

The second man spoke, “If a man has much wealth

it will make him happy and stronger in health”.

The third man listened, then after a while,

uttered these words through a very broad smile.

“I have just had a son with my beautiful wife,

what gift could be greater, than the gift of life?”.



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Published on e-Stories.org on 03/12/2011.


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