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Be Still



It is sometimes good to be still
Take time to reflect
Ease your mind if you will
As you unveil and detect


All the love and beauty abound
There is an inner peace you feel
Be still, don't make a sound
Your thoughts to you reveal


Needless items you hold and clutter
Meditate gently closing your eyes
Imagine delicate butterflies as they flutter
Oh wondrous blue spacious skies


Consider the tiny bird flapping his wings
Finally leaving the nest
Be still your heart silently sings
You are blessed, be at rest


Be still, enjoy the simple joys of life
Open your eyes
Contemplate to eliminate undue strife
Be still and you too shall rise


February 11, 2010 Janet Irene Griffin




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