Poem: Casting My Worries


ImageI had aided a burden for a long time
I had worried in all my life
I roamed the streets of my mind and trampled upon the ones I loved
I had played the game of sufficiency and lack
I had asked of the future consulting my past
My bag had been full
Full to the point, I could bare no more
The worry I placed on myself was weighing me down
I was as beautiful as a bear on a snow
As lovely as a swine on a river bank
Still blinded with my worries, I failed to see
Now with pain, I drop the worry, the future and the past
I leave them behind, ahead and under my toes
I live ahead and go the distance
Aiming only for a day at a time.

 

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