Thursday, October 30, 2014

A Halloween Poem

By: Allison Sutton, Program Coordinator for Pine Grove's Evaluation Center

It's Halloween and the moon is bright, See what can't be seen on any other night.

Now is the time for goblins and bats, Halloween spirits and lots of black cats. Skeletons, ghosts, and grueling ghouls, with grinning goblins fighting duels.

Zombies are rising from their tombs, and witches are flying on magic brooms. With all the weird-happenings and witches brew, These are the things Pine Grove wishes for you:

May you remember the life you regained, When you accepted the things you could not change. May the tricks that you play or have to do, Be a trick to help gain a sponsor or two. And may the only spirit you chance to see, Be the spirit of strength, hope, and recovery.

We remind you with this little rhyme That life gets better "one day at a time." No matter your recovery routine. Pine Grove wishes you a safe and Happy Halloween!