Andrew Charles Forrest

The Invisible Stuff

The Invisible Stuff


Storm clouds can gather and seas can be rough

Sometimes, safe harbours are not safe enough

Those who protect us are often too tough

We need to share more of the invisible stuff

Compassion, understanding patience and love

Please offer all the sufferers your invisible stuff

Time, Caring listening and most deservingly of...

That which costs nothing... invisible stuff


  • Laura🌻


    Yes, whether we’re rich or poor, let us ‘share more of the invisible stuff’! It doesn’t cost us a cent! You and Andy are on the same wavelength today!
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading your poem! Thank you for sharing your beautiful words!


  • Clara

    This is wonderful and sends a much needed message to the world!

  • orchidee

    A fine write Andrew. We could all do an invisible poem - no words in it! Make it as long or short as we wish. lol (Eh?).

  • Alta H Mabin

    Absolutely beautiful. Big hugsx


    ANGELA HERE (8am Sunday Morning in NZ !) I am a PHYSIOTHERAPIST and because of our necesary Exercise Regime we are sometimes called PHYSIOTERRORISTS - But Im not like that and i always instinctively work within a CLIENTS PAIN THRESHOLD ! I am called *THE ANGELA FROM THE NORTH !* My Gift of Healing & My Healing Hands are a gift from GOD ! I view my VOCATION as SPIRITUAL as if I was a NUN ! Brian - like me also works with Poeple and He too sees his JOB as a Lecturer in Applied Science as a Spiritual Vocation ! If more PEOPLE did that there would be much less agression & much more TLC ~ AMEN !

    Blessings to YOU & YOURS
    Angela & Brian 🧡💙🧡💙🧡
    Please check our POEM TODAY and also our FUSION
    *Do we get the Leaders we DESERVE ? Thanks A & B

  • Goldfinch60

    So very true Andrew, that 'invisible stuff' can have such great meaning.

  • Neville

    what a lovely little truism perfectly wrapped within a poem ... N

  • Fay Slimm.

    Loud applause for the new phrasing for these caring traits - I shall remember "the invisible stuff" long after this read dear Andrew and thank you for sharing it with us.......... Fay

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