Cast Your Worries to the wind

Cast your worries to the wind,”
 Joel LeBaron advised —
Cast them to the dust;
Let the rain settle them.”
In this, he was wise.

Toss over your shoulder
Things you can’t shoulder.
And dump the big boulder
Before it can smolder,
But keep lessons learned —
The insight you’ve earned.

Leave negatives behind;
Wind blows all away
During its daily grind —
And rain settles all, over time.

 Evil wants in.
Don’t let it win:
Don’t burry hurts deep within.
Dump them over the cliff,
As if they’d not been.

While tripping through time,
Don’t waste time
On “Devil’s time;”
Wasting time
Is a crummy crime …
Not worth anyone’s time …
ANY time
!   :)~

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