Never forgotten but everything moves on

Poetic Dan

There's no uniform or code that let's you know, the rhythm that runs down in my soul.

I'll take no orders but requests are fine, this breath is given for beating in time.

Walking this land as others did before and will do after, means our interactions are  only ever footprints in the Sahara

Nothing is forgotten but everything moves on, as we all dance through this exist together spinning on the 3rd rock from sun.

Trying to hold on to harmony, peace and love we know, want and come from.

  • Author: Poetic Dan (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 11th, 2024 01:41
  • Comment from author about the poem: The wife is still pregnant at 42 weeks! I went into hospital last Monday because of unbelievable pain! Now been diagnosed with crohn's disease and they are still messing with the sky's! I'm on a 6 weeks liquid diet and hungry but will see this all as knowledge for a new beginning... I do read the comments and so grateful for your time... much peace and respect
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  • 2781

    All His promises are yes and amen.

  • Teddy.15

    All my love to you both, they can do wonders for Crohn's nowadays that's why research is so important. ❤️

  • Mutley Ravishes

    Try checking out the Wim Hof Method for help with Crohn’s.

    • Poetic Dan

      I was actually doing cold water therapy and it was amazing and plan on getting back to it! It's just difficult when it's so painful

      • Mutley Ravishes

        How about taking a break from the cold water therapy and just doing the breathing exercises?

        And here's a link to Earthing for help with Crohn's:

        • Poetic Dan

          Fantastic information thank you

          • Mutley Ravishes

            You’re welcome. Best of luck!

          • orchidee

            Good wishes to you all.

          • Goldfinch60

            May that peace and harmony be always with you Dan.

            A very friend of mine was diagnosed with Crohns disease forty odd years ago and she is still with us and has lives with it for all that time, she is fine.


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