Sunday Sonnet!

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Distressed, when we have done with good intent
Impacts upon our bodies with fatigue,
Though we decline from busyness relent,
And take no mean exception to critique;
Entrapped by trivial thoughts that cause concern,
Diurnal or nocturnal time, no rest,
Leaves little space for good sense to discern
The underlying troubler to divest;
Fret not about the morrow’s unknown course,
Nor harbour in your mind distracting thoughts,
The aftermath just fills one with remorse
As one regrets the many musts and oughts;
Good counsel, free, for all the world to see,
Two keys to life, serene, ‘Let Go’, ‘Let Be’.

©Meanderings 2018


15 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. Superb. Let go – Let be……I believe today a huge percentage of the population is suffering from stress….and stress of course causes all sorts of other issues in our lives. Letting go and living in the moment is often difficult for we mere humans, but it is the only way to live Thank you, Bushka. Hummingbird Hugs Janet.

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  2. Unwind and let things be.

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  4. A bit sad but that is life

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  5. Oh, brilliant, loved the last line!xxx

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