A Word Kind

Miracles do transpire from a word kind
Although a dime it doesn’t cost to say
The world it could mean to a troubled mind.

Why be miserly and uncaringly blind?
Be generous and giving, make someone’s day
Miracles do transpire from a word kind.

Say it, you know not what lurks behind
their seemingly happy smile so gay
The world it could mean to a troubled mind.

Obscured by gloom, when hope is hard to find
Like a beacon of light, a shining ray
Miracles do transpire from a word kind.

When life seems empty, a purposeless grind
It can keep despair at a distance, a mile away
The world it could mean to a troubled mind.

Their chains of perils though it can’t unbind
It can loosen the vice, turn black to gray
Miracles do transpire from a word kind
The world it could mean to a troubled mind.

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Shailaja Pai

Shailaja Pai is a stay-at-home mom with a newfound passion for writing. She loves writing fiction on women's issues and social issues. She has authored a few blogs on other platforms and won many of their 100-word story contests.
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