Lesley Cox

Meditation – the Cure for Depression

Drugs for depression
cause drastic side effects.
Packed in polystyrene plastics,
chemicals, alien, foreign substance
denote a 20th Century existence.
A candy-floss reality –
this illusory, superficial world.

The high-pitched static of tinitus,
dominating a white-sound world.
Until distraction demands centre stage,
annihilating the background electronics,
with blather, jabber, prattle and gab.
A candy-floss reality –
this illusory, superficial world.

Reject this self-aggrandising cacophony
this incessant, shallow chatter.
Go deep within, seek quiet and solitude,
the real depth and sincere meaning
of an unspoken universe.
Far beyond the candy-floss reality –
of this illusory, superficial world.

Be silent for spun-out periods,
find peace, deep down, inside, within.
Reach a pool of wiseness, unspoken.
Wisdom gathered through eons past,
holds all the answers,
for every question, ever asked.
Away from the candy-floss reality –
of this illusory, superficial world.

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