Life’s Tests By Edgar Albert Guest

Life’s Tests

If never a sorrow came to us,
and never a care we knew;
If every hope were realized,
and every dream came true;
If only joy were found on earth,
and no one ever sighed,
And never a friend proved false to us,
and never a loved one died,
And never a burden bore us down,
soul-sick and weary, too,
We’d yearn for tests to prove our worth
and tasks for us to do.


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