Total Wealth - Poem by Sensuelle Briden
In all pursuits of outer wealth
You just turn in upon yourself.
And when you'll do it, you will find
Open heart and peaceful mind.
In that state you’ll realize:
You tried to find the paradise
In the totally wrong place.
And now explore your inner space.
You undervalued inner world
And overvalued someone’s words.
You just consumed; you didn’t create.
So that’s what made all colors faded.
But stamina is just right there
Where you live life without fear.
And heaven will replace the hell
With total wealth in every cell.
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