Just a Kind Word

Only a pleasant word a stranger spoke to me,Just one kind word along the path of life,So brightened up the day that I forgot the night;A ray of hope appeared 'mind toil and strife.

One word, a lifting word, had reached me where I fell,O'erburdened with life's struggles, cares, and woe;It spake, — the vital spark that dormant lay within;I then took up the task, true Life to know.

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