Breathe Softly

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

Breathe softly, settle down,
Allow anger to subside;
When sadness clouds your innervision,
Imagination runs wild.

Do not accuse anyone of anything,
Just always be on the move
Toward something beautiful and new
Until life opens like a book
With exciting and illuminating stories.

Eventually you can defeat
Any dark and debilitating depression;
You first have to find a small light within
And slowly allow your mind to become sunflowers
Where lovers sit sharing kisses and wine.

Comments about Breathe Softly

this is so right, Uriah. I love the way you have presented this tender advice.
Nice advice Uriah. I enjoyed this poem very much. Sincerely, Mary


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