By: James M. Little
In the Wind Therapy, when life seems to get you down. All the troubles make your head turn around. Everything yanks your chain. Clear your head and clear your mind. Know that it will take some time. So, get on the bike kick up the stand. Ref the engine, pick up your feet. Roar up in down the winding street. Asphalt fling benighted my feet. The wind in your hair, thoughts flowing my mind. Seeing the scenery, you left behind. All the bad thing starts `leaving your mind. You saved yourself money in time. Now that your body and mind have unwound. You have gotten rid of that awful frown. Now head home to solve the problem that made you down.
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