Drug Addiction Poems. Often, poems and inspirational sayings can help lift spirits and focus on the important things in life. When you are battling a drug addiction, poems can help keep you focused and on track with recovery. It can motivate you toward action and getting help for your addiction.
Perhaps the most well-known poem is “The Serenity Prayer”:Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. To change the things that I can. And the wisdom to know the difference. Since drug addiction requires people to leave their old life behind in order to recover, the next poem called “Begin Again” is quite inspirational:One of the best things we can do in our lives is. Begin again. Begin to see yourself as you were when you were the happiest. Begin to remember what worked for you and what worked against you. Begin to try and re-capture the magic that is life. Begin to live a lifetime each day as you did when you were a child. Begin to forget your baggage, the problems that don’t matter anymore, the tears that cried themselves away, and the worries that are going to wash away on the shore of tomorrow’s new beginning. Tomorrow tells us it will be here every new day of our lives. If we are wise, we will turn away from the problems of the past. And give the future and ourselves a chance to become the best of friends. Sometimes all it takes is a wish in the heart to let yourself. Begin again~ Author Unknown. People with a drug addiction can find some beautiful words to live by in a poem. It can speak to them and motivate them to action. For example, this next poem tells us of hope and letting go: “Two Days”:There are two days in every week. About which we should not worry. Two days. That should be kept free from fear and apprehension. One is yesterday with all its mistakes and cares. Is faults and blunders, its aches and pains. Yesterday has passed forever beyond our control. We cannot undo a single act we performed or erase a single word we said. Yesterday is gone forever. Then there is tomorrow. With all its possibilities, it’s adversities, its burdens, its rewards. Tomorrow’s sun will rise. Either in splendor or behind a mask of clouds. But it will rise. Until it does, we have no stake in tomorrow. For it has yet to be born. That leaves today. Anyone can fight the battle of just one day. It’s when you add the burdens of yesterday and tomorrow. That you break down. It’s not the experience of today that drives a person mad. It’s the remorse or bitterness of something that happened yesterday. And the dread of what tomorrow might bring. Therefore, it only makes sense. For peace of mind and hope. Live simply one day at a time. Live today!~ Author Unknown. If you are struggling with a drug addiction, try writing your own poem. Look inside your heart, see what the addiction is doing to you and express your feelings in a poem. You may just find that you can inspire yourself!.