Cast Your Worries to the wind
by stephany Spencer-LeBaron

My Uncle Joel LeBaron’s
favorite maxim,
Cast your worries to the wind;
Let the rain settle them,

Was keen wisdom:

“To yourself be kind,”
He would often remind;
“Leave negatives behind.
Wind blows them away
During the daily grind;
Rain settles all, in time.

“Dump the big boulder;
Don’t let it smolder!
Toss over your shoulder
Things you can’t shoulder;
Keep lessons learned —
The insights earned.

 “Evil wants in,
But don’t let it win!
Don’t bury hurts deep within.
Cast them o’er the cliff
Before they begin.

“While tripping sublime,
Don’t waste time
On slippy-soap slime.
Wasting time’s
A crummy crime …
Not worth your dime,
Nor mine,
Anytime!”  :)~

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