Just in Time

 

Sometimes, in every life,

Help comes just in time.

Life's troubles play no favorite;

It may be yours, it may be mine.

 

Sometimes life seems just too much.

Full of misery and pain.

Then, just when all hope is lost;

Like a sweet refrain.

 

Help comes wearing unlikely clothes.

Like a dry spell brings the rain.

And touches you just right;

In time to ease the pain.

 

So keep your head up, and face each day.

You may not see it when it comes;

But help is on the way.

Just in time.

 

Copyright 1998 © Ronald W. Hull

 

7/11/98



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