Smiling Sober Woman in the Morning with Computer Sobrenity

Saturday Morning Sober and Serene – Sobrenity!

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Waking up sober ?

Warm feet
Soft quilt
Hot cup of tea
Zero guilt
No harsh words uttered
Or feelings spilt

Waking up sober and serene

No nightmare dream
Or crazy scene
Just a clear mind
Innocent (mostly 😉)
New and fresh
Like a sparkling stream

Waking with a Smile Alcohol Free!

Plans for the day
No need to hide away
That overall feeling
Things will be okay

Sober and Serene – a feeling of SOBRENITY

No dark clouds
Lurking around
Just possibilities
Can you hear the sounds?

It’s all about finally feeling the good feelings and noticing the little things

More positive feeling
A little healing?
More actually being
And really seeing

No more denying
No more lying
No more buying
More trying
Less crying?

Sobrenity!

Embrace your life
Its the only one you have
Look for the happy times
The reasons to smile
And to laugh

With sober you notice more of the little things
Which could really be the big things
With alcohol you could miss them completely
You could miss the point really

Alcohol numbs the bad briefly
But it numbs the good too
Life is meant to be lived out loud
Not at lower volume

Tune in and feel – Sobrenity


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This poem was composed by Floss The author of  The Runaway Train   and many more poems that have helped her stick to sober one expressed rather than swallowed word at a time


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