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Heart Rest

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By Moharif YuliantoPublished about a month ago 1 min read
Heart Rest
Photo by Fadi Xd on Unsplash

The weary weight of day descends,

A symphony of sighs it sends.

Your muscles ache, your spirit frayed,

A haven for your heart is craved.

No frantic pace, no endless chase,

Just stillness in this sacred space.

Let go of burdens, cast them down,

A gentle hush, a calming sound.

Close your eyes, a quiet plea,

Let worries drift out to the sea.

The world may spin, a constant hum,

But here, within, your peace can come.

Imagine light, a soft embrace,

Washing over every trace

Of tension held, of battles fought,

A soothing balm, a gentle thought.

Like leaves that fall, release your hold,

Let burdens melt, a story told.

The weight you carry, let it fade,

Replaced by quietude, self-made.

Remember dreams, those whispered things,

The joy that hope and laughter brings.

A flickering ember, fan the spark,

Rekindle warmth within the dark.

For hearts that race, a steady beat,

A rhythm found, a solace sweet.

No judgment cast, no need to strive,

Just simply be, and let it thrive.

Breathe deeply in, a cleansing tide,

Releasing all that you can't hide.

The air so cool, the world so vast,

But here, within, a peace held fast.

No deadlines loom, no tasks remain,

Just gentle breaths, a soft refrain.

A sanctuary, a whispered prayer,

For hearts that yearn for solace there.

The world may wait, a restless tide,

But here, within, your spirit hides.

A quiet strength, a wellspring deep,

Where weary hearts find solace to sleep.

For dreams reside in tranquil rest,

A fertile ground for hope's sweet quest.

The worries whisper, lose their hold,

As slumber's embrace unfolds.

So let your heart find solace deep,

In gentle rhythms, secrets keep.

For hearts that ache, a tender touch,

A quiet haven, loved so much.

Elegy

About the Creator

Moharif Yulianto

a freelance writer and thesis preparation in his country, youtube content creator, facebook

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