There’s such a thing, the Serenity Spring, The cradle of all beauty. Abode of light, A haven from blight, A place to pour out your worry. The gentle waters, pristine, Will make the filthiest soul clean; Reflections reveal the truth, however ****. Simply let yourself be submerged As your stains are rinsed and purged. Float on your back and take in the green, As rays of light create silhouettes of leaves. Take a deep breath and inhale the smell Of white lilies whose secrets you mustn’t tell. A choir of birds sing a delightful melody That melts all sorrow and agony. Welcome, they sing, to the Serenity Spring Where we’ll wash your anguish away. When in your darkest hour, Just close your eyes, Delve deep into your mind, Let your thoughts unwind, And in this paradise you’ll be laid.