“Don’t Make Your Long Story Short”

May be an image of 1 person, horse and nature

Written by Dick Roberts

Every cloud has a silver lining,

Every dark night turns to day.

Its better late than never,

To live life your own way.

A prayer is only wasted,

When you choose not to pray.

So pour your heart into it,

And always have your say.

These are the phrases, that’re often,

Left only just as thoughts,

Don’t take a rain check for tomorrow,

And make your long story short.

Live, laugh, love and smile,

Is what Grandad always taught,

Live life to the fullest.

And don’t make your long story short.

A picture is worth a thousand words,

And every dog has its day.

I’m not a dime a dozen,

And I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Don’t judge a book by it’s cover,

Sometimes life’s a piece of cake.,

Sometimes it’s raining cats and dogs,

And you need to call it a day.

These are the phrases, that’re often,

Left only just as thoughts,

Don’t take a rain check for tomorrow,

And make your long story short.

Live, laugh, love and smile,

Is what Grandad always taught

Live life to the fullest

And don’t make your long story short.

Sometimes easy does it,

Sometimes it’s the last straw.

Good things comes to those who wait

And Sometimes it’s the perfect Storm.

These are the phrases, that’re often,

Left only just as thoughts,

Don’t take a rain check for tomorrow,

And make your long story short.

Live, laugh, love and smile,

Is what Grandad always taught,

Live life to the fullest

And don’t make your long story short.

Live, laugh, love and smile,

Is what Grandad always taught

So don’t make your long story short.

Published by Nelle

I am interested in writing short stories for my pleasure and my family's but although I have published four family books I will not go down that path again but still want what I write out there so I will see how this goes

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