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"I sit on this window sill
drawing crazy lines
watching the clouds gather
like soldiers they march
one after the other
this gray matter hung low and below
like the warm blanket
in the middle of winter
they envelope around me
my lazy yawn stretching

into yonder and beyond
should this day like night
end some time soon
giving me a ray of hope
of tomorrow's lovely blues
so I sit drawing the lines
the mist grows as I make
circles of the sun, the moon
like the rising smile on my face."

Moods : feelings, emotions, sensations, happiness, sorrow, depression, laziness-- so many of them do march like the soldiers of clouds in our minds. Our minds work like wind mills going with the moods whichever direction they take us. So we react accordingly. Moods run our lives if we let them and sometimes make or break us physically and emotionally. But wait, there are partners in crime! Mother nature works as the best friend to our minds, provoking them to dip into the mood swings and taking our body along for a ride.

Seasons : spring, summer, fall, winter--the seasons grow on us like moss on the wet earth. They are the catalysts that Mother nature adds to create our moods.
When the magnetic fields of the earth change our sleeping patterns change. This in turn affects our moods which eventually affects our minds that control our moods. We are in the hands of these seasons when it comes to our health issues.

Spring and moods : birds chirping, sun filtering through the windows washing our faces with freshness, cool breezes waking us up gently patting on our cheeks. We feel alive, energy surges through our body. We feel like we could do anything. Sunlight in spring is beautiful.

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