A Mind Distracted with Distractions



 The mind is hard to control; it only seems to stray;
From one thought to the next, it only wants to play

Distractions are like monkeys, dancing/playing in your mind 
They’re hard to silence, hard to block, hard to leave behind

Our mind can hold focus, just as long as we can try
But in seconds can lose it all, leaving us wondering why;

Our mind is like a puppy – a puppy sniffling here and there.
Who doesn't even question, if anything is even fair.

Distractions are so frustrating; they change by the hour,
When you think you have it in control, you realise you lost power!

But, when they get so luring, and they pull you like a light
So, don't be afraid to face them, don't even try to fight.

  

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