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Soul Breath Poem

As a medical doctor working at the frontline of this pandemic here in Ireland, I would like to share a poem I wrote. Stay safe and stay strong this too shall pass. Soul Breath May the breath of your soul be your wisdom guide, May the beacon of your soul bring respite inside; May you […]

As a medical doctor working at the frontline of this pandemic here in Ireland, I would like to share a poem I wrote. Stay safe and stay strong this too shall pass.

Soul Breath

May the breath of your soul be your wisdom guide,

May the beacon of your soul bring respite inside;

May you bring presence to all that you do,

May care and compassion be that which is you; May you have the gift of wisdom and staying awake,

May each dawn bring new promise not to forsake;

And dusk find you grateful for the helter-skelter

May night bring serenity and security of shelter;

As day turns to night, and month turns to year,

May the passing of time bring you no fear;

Each day you toil, as life’s depths take their toll,

May love and light bring breath to your soul.

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