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Don't Worry

By Aboki Associates

Summary

There are varying styles to poetry and varied reasons
why we write. For some people, it is simply a way to
flaunt skills to carry out some specific purpose that
lies within them at that point. Others – and I think I
fall here – simply express that which weighs on the
mind. Still there is the need to follow that
proclamation made by Horace many years ago:
literature must be dulce et utile (sweet and useful). Let
it entertain (in sweetness) and instruct (being
functional; useful).
For many people, each day brings more reasons
to frown than smile. Worry becomes a shadow that
trails most of our lives limiting us in ways we cannot
grasp. It becomes a weight that pulls us down. To
move forward then, we need to let go of this worry
and embrace such other things as would make the
heaviness of life light. What are those things that we
ought to do to rid ourselves of this worry? What are
the things that would make us move to greater heights?
For some of us, the answer stares us in the face and
we refuse to accept them. For others, they have no
idea and would need some instruction to grasp these
seeming simple things. In the two cases there is a need
to reemphasise how to release this worry and pick up
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greater habits that would be more beneficial for
growth. We need a rethink and re-evaluation of our
values. This is where the heart of Chieshe’s collection,
Don’t Worry comes in. We are made to note, that yes,
there are many things that can make us worry from
failed aspirations to general failures.
Don't Worry
 
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Abstract

There are varying styles to poetry and varied reasons
why we write. For some people, it is simply a way to
flaunt skills to carry out some specific purpose that
lies within them at that point. Others – and I think I
fall here – simply express that which weighs on the
mind. Still there is the need to follow that
proclamation made by Horace many years ago:
literature must be dulce et utile (sweet and useful). Let
it entertain (in sweetness) and instruct (being
functional; useful).
For many people, each day brings more reasons
to frown than smile. Worry becomes a shadow that
trails most of our lives limiting us in ways we cannot
grasp. It becomes a weight that pulls us down. To
move forward then, we need to let go of this worry
and embrace such other things as would make the
heaviness of life light. What are those things that we
ought to do to rid ourselves of this worry? What are
the things that would make us move to greater heights?
For some of us, the answer stares us in the face and
we refuse to accept them. For others, they have no
idea and would need some instruction to grasp these
seeming simple things. In the two cases there is a need
to reemphasise how to release this worry and pick up
greater habits that would be more beneficial for
growth. We need a rethink and re-evaluation of our
values. This is where the heart of Chieshe’s collection,
Don’t Worry comes in. We are made to note, that yes,
there are many things that can make us worry from
failed aspirations to general failures.

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