Hygge (A collaborative poem)

Dear everyone, Joy and I wrote this fourth collaborative poem called Hygge.
Her writing is in italic and mine is bold.

Hygge tell thee, how is thine comfort zone
Hygge is a personification but a word of name
He tells thee, my comfort zone is empty
For I travel out of it, and never return to it
I am content, cosy, and comfortable 
But if ye follow me walk out of thine comfort zone
Then only can you know the essence of Hygge

Hygge is not complacency–
It is instead a steady, thrumming heartbeat
That comes in the time after seeking solace.
Go out in search of Hygge.  Once found,
Hygge will say to thee, “Be still,
Be quiet, and be patient.
Take some time to rest
And let these moments flow in peace.”

I hope everyone found a little bit of peace from this poem. Everyone deserves some hygge in their life.

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This Engrained Heart

I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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