Take Care

Take Care

 By Jordan Donohue

I am softening my spirit, each day when I rise
I wrap my mind inside a safe place
I meet my body on the earth and thank my toes for
keeping me here, I tie a string to my soul attach it to my
center and put a padlock on it.
I feed myself foods that actually came from the ground, I
dance in my living room and sing very loudly.
I even bought milk to make my cappuccino at home.
Is this what it means to take care?

 

Jordan Donohue is a writer from Woodstock, New York. Her work explores the many emotional vantage points of her life, with a thematic emphasis on family and the identification of self. She can be found on instagram @thejordandonohue

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