Sanctuary - Poem by Barry Pook
A greeting a wait then upstairs,
Off to see a proffesional that cares,
I take a seat and off load my woes,
A sympathetic ear advice from she that knows.
A trust that's grown through the years,
Up and down laughter and tears,
I see an interest in fashion and fear of the cold,
Helpful to live a life in the mould.
Always there for me returning all my calls,
I can feel lucid and relaxed in those walls,
Checking my health body and mind,
Belief in me so very kind.
Problems to solve reflect and learn,
Answers are given at times of concern,
Acceptance no judgment mutual respect,
Prevention when in a state of neglect.
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