A moment quieting her tryannical mind,
Ment a moment enjoying a windsome smile.
If every moment was as beautiful as this,
She can push you back to the furthest pits.
Pits that hold the memories of old childhood scars,
Because then you wouldn’t be able to send her frequent post cards,
Like hey, hi, I’ve made it to the cerebellum,
so now watch your step as I pull you off balance.
But the thing is she knows she has the unquestionable power,
Yet she stays willingly trapped like Rapunzel in her tall tower.
She whispers to herself – How did my greatest fear become my own mind?
It’s times like this when she vows to leave you behind,
You then extend your scrofulous arm in a motion to choke her.
Until she remembers to breathe is what she needs to prefer.
Those moments that hold her paralysed in worry,
Follow up with tension release of blossom and victory.
For she has smashed through the impalpable beast,
To enjoy those moments when your grip is temporary released.
So smile my darling because today is good,
Eat, go out and dance as you should.