carefully filter
how much gloom and doom
you consume

sweep away
fear with a strong broom
let love bloom

life’s precious
so leave anxiety no room
it can entomb

laughter is infectious
something we should groom
let joy loom


  1. Your poem is like a beautiful perfume! (Such good and sweet advice and encouragement!) 🙂 Thank you, SweetKate! 🙂

    I assume, we can use Zoom in our room to add some joy and hopefulness, which are better than doom and gloom! 🙂 HA! 😀
    (((HUGS))) ❤

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  2. Hello there kate…what a better way to wake up than a bird perching on my window, a brewing coffee and a really sweet and lovely poem from you.
    This is so true..i have been religiously following news about covid but lately i signed off and it made me less worried and anxious and i was able to focus more on the brigther side.

    And the smiles and laughters i get from WP posts are really helpful


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  3. Beach!
    Read an article in my local paper few days ago that my local beach is now as clean as a crystal, much thanks to the lockdown situation.
    Too bad I can’t drive over there now because of lockdown 😦

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    • yes nature is restoring herself in our absence … many young families here have ignored our lockdown laws to still visit for their holiday … I often wonder if those breaking the rules might end up getting ill, each to our own!

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