Treasure Island

Malcolm Jeffrey


Inner Peace


Inner peace is so hard to find,
because of the world we live in,
inner peace is so hard to find,
because of the way we live,
inner peace is so hard to find,
because of our needs,
inner peace is so hard to find,
because of love,
inner peace is so hard to find,
because of hate,
inner peace is so hard to find,
because of greed and lust,
inner peace is so hard to find,
because we search for it,
inner peace is not hard to find,
if we relax and take our time,
inner peace is not hard to find,
if we speak the unspoken,
inner peace is not hard to find,
if we are true to ourselves.

Relax, take your time,
speak the words of the unspoken,
stay true, and you will see,
that inner peace consists of a you and me.

Submitted: Sunday, April 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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