There was a very cautious man
Who never laughed or played
He never risked, he never tried,
He never sang or prayed.
And when he on day passed away,
His insurance was denied,
For since he never really lived,
They claimed he never really died.
It gets attributed to John C. Maxwell
, but sites also say that it's an anonymous poem, or something like that.
A true source would be great to know.
Thanks in advance!