The weight of the world, upon my back,
Burdened by worries, a constant attack,
But then I hear a voice, a gentle knack,
“Bury your burdens,” it whispers, urging me to unshackle the pack.
I close my eyes and take a deep breath,
Releasing my worries, one by one, until there’s nothing left,
A sense of freedom, a feeling of being unburdened and blessed,
A cathartic release, a moment of pure happiness.
The weight of the world, no longer a burden to bear,
I stand tall and strong, without a single care,
A sense of liberation, a feeling so rare,
I bury my burdens, and finally, I dare.
To live life without the weight of the world,
To unburden my soul, and let my spirit unfurl,
To find happiness and joy, and let my worries curl,
Bury your burdens, and experience the beauty of the world.