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The definition in the beginning, "comfort and certainty during a time of great suffering", gives the rest of the piece a sophisticated feel, and I'm completely digging it.
I feel soothed, I feel calm. I feel like solace is just around the corner. I love how the ending wraps up the rest of the poem by reinforcing what was stated in the definition. However, if there's one thing I must say, I have to admit that it's odd that you started the poem in firsts person ("well, I find it") and ended it in a second person point of view. I feel like this poem could be much improved if all instances of the second person POV was changed to first person, because it doesn't line up with the rest of your poem. That being said, I find this piece lovely as is.
Did writing this piece give you solace?
I love how this piece was based around the mindfulness technique. Anxiety or not, I think we could all afford to tear out eyes away from our devices and pay more attention to our surroundings.