Robb Hill


The Garden


What are you planting in the garden of your mind?

Your thoughts are like seeds and produce the same kind

Positive or negative your mind does not care

This life you have created by the thoughts that you share

You attract what you are, do not be deceived

Your thoughts are a magnet and attract that conceived

Question with purpose, the thoughts in your mind

Allow only good thoughts, they too produce in kind

And attract to you goodness and the best of all things

Is the people you attract and the ideas it brings

For you to put into action, fine tuned by your will

You must start and don't stop, it is all uphill

Bad thoughts will stop you; of this you can be sure

Input good information for this is the cure

You must focus on the good, in the day and the night

What you focus on expands, focus on what is right

What are you planting in the garden of your mind?



R Louis Hill

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational


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Your mind is like a garden.

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