Stowed away in darkened halls
In murky crypts it's kept
The mighty it has humbled
And, oh, every widows' wept.
This thing is kept in lock and key
In spikened treasure chest
But there's no gold, nor silver here.
Oh, let me tell the rest.
The bane of wives, the horror of lives
The husband's fault so clearly.
To kids, they cannot handle it.
Adults, we hold it dearly.
The end of all good things, if not
Kept neatly under wraps.
Like Pandora's box, once opened up
The whole of your world may snap!
The treasure's called Anxiety,
The box's name is Worry,
And the key is just one single thought
Left in your mind to scurry.
So keep your thoughts together
And let not one be your end
For if you open Anxiety's Box
You'll surely lose a friend.
A reflection of today, a correction for tomorrow. Lord help me overcome my passions, and grant me peace of mind to make others happy, just as it make me.