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Don’t Fret!

September 26, 2014

So,

Love is ahead.

So don’t fret, better,

days ahead. The love inside you

is not dead. So, remember don’t fret.

Don’t fret, better days ahead.

The love inside you is

not dead.

So,

remember

don’t fret. You have seen

rougher times, than these. But

whenever you trust in him it turned

out  fine. Remember, don’t fret

better days, ahead. The

love inside you is

not dead

So

remember

don’t fret. Don’t fret,

don’t fret. Don’t fret. Don’t

Fret. You have seen rougher times

before. And whenever you trust in him

It turned out fine, it turned out fine. So

Don’t fret, better days ahead.

The love inside you is

not dead.

So

remember,

don’t fret. Don’t Fret

There are better days ahead.

The love inside you is

not dead.

So,

remember,

don’t fret.

The love inside you is not dead!   

 

©Srt 1990 & 2014 Seasideauthor

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11 Comments
  1. That mantra sounds like self deceit… Especially since the amplitude is dwindling.

  2. It is a mantra. The repetitions you added to the form make it poetic and very effective indeed. Well realized!

  3. oha – sounds like a mantra indeed…and one that the speaker has yet to convince themself that it is true.. ha – well played

  4. not any easy feat…to not fret…to believe better days lay ahead…maybe that’s why this reminder is so important. nicely written.

  5. Yes, better days are ahead indeed ~

  6. The mantra seems to be giving strength to continue. The mind is a powerful friend.

  7. there was a great song by Robbie seay band…called better days…love that song…and your use of repetition on this is great…and some nice wisdom to it as well…

  8. It flows well and you followed the prompt well…keeping a positive outlook/attitude can save one’s life for sure!

  9. Ruminations spoken into the action of resolve. Very nice.

  10. Love the message, your use of repetition as a reminder and how well the form lends itself to the whole.

  11. The repetitions here become more and more intense–one feels quite sad for the poor fretting person. Thanks. k.

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