Notes to self

When life’s getting heavy,
go for a walk and enjoy natures wonders.
When life drags you down,
sit by the river watching nature pass by.
When you can’t face the world,
sit amongst the trees listening to natures song.
When you don’t know where to turn,
commune with yourself, there is always an answer.

When you need some space,
try to remember others need space too.
When everything annoys you,
they are but fleeting and will soon pass.
When you feel like shouting,
write, talk, relax, do anything that helps.
When all seems lost,
a new life came into this world, take heart.

©2010 Trevor Litchfield
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