The richness and value of worth
cannot be replaced with things on earth.
Most judge people by what they possess.
How much power they gain or how they dress.
Things are temporal and can be quickly lost.
You can’t put your trust in them at any cost.
It is good to have comforts in life, don’t hug them too tight.
They might slip through your fingers, fleeing in the night.
This poem was written/submitted by Janelle Peterman.