Reflecting with sincere compassion on those
crippled...unable to leave their house, they
gaze out of window watching world pass by.
Take heart, be encouraged to let imagination
go where it wants, sometimes that place is
better when spirit flies free.
People feeling lonely or scared of strangers
in crowded places...lost souls with no hope,
not sure of which way to go, troubled by
misfortune or simply out of touch. Don't be
afraid to ask for help even if you get many
unwelcome stares, keep pushing on till you
find your sheltered nook.
The old man who tottered off bus just
the other day right outside cemetery,
walking stick in hand...deep in thought,
taking flowers to his late wife's grave, the
most fitting way to remember her, even
though it's always been hard to say goodbye.
Woman who still lays a place at the table
for her now deceased husband – his soul shadow
still lingers, she can't accept he's gone. Well! In
my mind that's fine, we all have our own ways of
dealing with grief, if that's what it takes.
Very young and teenagers too have worried fears
of failure which leaves them blue, they need a
helping hand from me and you. I would say, stay
away from what feels wrong, those that have
gift of gab who try to lead you on. Be a leader,
stand up tall, show the world your all.
In moments of silence when want and desire
are inclined, remember each day that you're
breathing, to take in all that's around, smile...
gaze at sky it's all free, think first of all you
have and not what is out of reach in these hard times.
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