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Worrywart by J. M. Allen

J. M. Allen | Oct 20th, 2020 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

I used to worry often, of anything coming up.
My mind tried to think of every bad scenario.
View from different angles, of what might happen,
And what I might do best to not make it so.

I would ruminate about anything,
Even if my time spent was all for naught.
But if you despair – remember the prior times:
It was never as bad as you thought.

The best thing to do, is to keep yourself busy.
It will keep your mind occupied tonight.
And busy-ness can physically exhaust you,
Making you sleep easier this night.

Poet Bio

J. M. Allen is a 50-year old, who recently started writing a bunch of rhyming poems. Check out his book of poems “Entertainment for Parents” available on Amazon.

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