Plesase welcome Elise Fee. We recently met and decided to guest post on each others’ sites. I particluarly enjoyed her poem: What if we are here to have fun? I think it’s a great reminder of how we should try to live. de
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What if we are here to have fun?
what if we have it all wrong
if life wasn’t meant to be serious
how would that change
all the stressors, fears, anxieties
i’ve been feeling, carrying, bearing
what if life were silly and jovial
what if we are here to have fun