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There are times that all my ‘stuff’
just seems like a load of guff.
Problems that are always there,
forcing me to stop and stare.
I focus on the negatives
and veer away from positives.
‘Stuff’ is like a problem-
sent to put me to the test.
It comes back time and time again
to twist my mind and tease my brain.
‘Stuff’s’ like a vortex I have found,
it sucks me in and spins me round.
It seems that with this ‘stuff’ of mine,
triggers are set at very-
‘Stuff’ winds me up like tightened spring
to be set off by anything.
I know it doesn’t take a lot
for ‘stuff’ to make me lose the plot.
Then I will start to feel some guilt
that in my mind this ‘stuff’ has built.
But now I think I’ve had enough
of all that nasty, toxic ‘stuff’.
I’d like to get my life arranged,
so I can get that ‘stuff’ all changed.
I want to get so I can live
with ‘stuff’ that is more positive.
Out with the old, in with the new,
I’ll change the things I think and do.
I’ll try to be more introspect
and get myself some self-
If I can only stay this way,
more of my ‘stuff’ will be okay.
Reproduced by kind permission of Bill Withers.
DEALING WITH ‘STUFF’
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