Bubbles: A poem to lift my mood after reading some depressing online articles.

What mother's teach their children

I need a change of mood
I need to breathe, feel soothed
To find joy in those little things

I need to turn away
From a world that says
“It’s hard time’s we are living in”

I’m turning off the news
Listening to my own views
Trusting my faith in human nature

There’s bubbles in my bath,
There’s sparkles in my laugh
So long doom, I’ll catch you later

And should you drag me down
And kick and beat me down
I’ll jump up smiling, and then I’ll turn and run

Back to familiar beds
To stroke small, gorgeous heads,
Breathe in the joy of being their Mum

Sleep tight
x

4 thoughts on “Bubbles: A poem to lift my mood after reading some depressing online articles.

  1. La Panzona {Pahn.So.Nuh} says:

    I’m thinking…agreed! Shifting the focus to bubble baths, laughter, and joy is way better food for our brain and soul than bullshit that we see on the news. Duerme con los angelitos 🙂

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