Poetry

Some days

Some days are going to be gloomy, like a cloud-covered sky
But even cloudy skies are beautiful, the sun hidden in the horizon
Some days you are going to struggle and persevere through pain
But even on the darkest days, birds sing and flowers bloom

Seasons come and go
Change is the only constant
Nothing is permanent everything fades in time
Lucky for you, eternity is in love in the production of time Blake said

Some days are going to be perfect.
Give yourself credit for your patience and actions brought you this serenity.
Some days are going to be magical as if a dream,
Bask in it for this is your dream come true.

There is magic all around us
Hidden in plain sight only for a keen eye to perceive
Be grateful, especially for the little things
And maybe some days of joy will turn to an eternity of everyday joy

Live your magic. Do not let pain and struggle that come your way dim your shine. Know that they are passing by, unwelcome guests. And when opportunities and joy come knocking, be sure to welcome them. Fill your life with gratitude. Gratitude elevates your attractive factor, bringing joy your way. A joyful life is magical life.

©2020 Kevin Kinge 
Photo by Cristian Escobar  on Unsplash

68 thoughts on “Some days

  1. “A joyful life is a magical life” – Indeed it is. I contemplate this a lot when I interact with my daughters, trying to get them to appreciate the magic inherent in everyday life (although, as any parent will know, it often ends up being the other way around.)

    I cherish your writing!

    1. Children help us see the beauty in life, the magic. It’s a blessing for you to experience such, and they do see the magic your daughters. Maybe just don’t comprehend it the way you do.

      I’m glad you do, and humbled by your kind words. Thank you

      1. You’re welcome, Kinge. He does very much so, and I appreciate the apt tenor it lends to your post. Very much an ally of aheartbeat to the overall breadth of what you express.

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