It’s good to remember a truth of life
We all need caretaking when feeling strife
Someone to be there salving the ills
When it turns cold warming away chills
No matter how far how fast and how rich
When we are sentient life’s not always a stitch
Looking for balance inner peace quiet serenity
While at the same time being centered and free
Search for the warm you can call home
Nurturing caressing hearing your existential moan
It quiets the yearning and fills up your “whole”
It provides peace and solace as you grow old
As you go forward and you grow up
Realize you get filling their cup
The place we long for the warm glow within
Comes from the giving while wearing a grin
Do you feel like you are part of a caretaking circle?
Who do you give comfort to and who do you get comfort from?
What do get from it?
What do you give to it?
Is this a satisfying exchange?
- Stewart Levine ©
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