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Sam Arjomandi


WHAT IS HAPPENISS


Sharing your love with someone
Or living in a palace alone

Having lots of money
But can't fall in love with nobody

Being pretty or handsome
But unlucky or being Dum

Having highest degree from best university
But your idea and opinion is harmful to the society

Being sweet talker or good speaker
But can't find audience, because your words are trouble maker

Being rich and powerful
But nobody likes you because you are mean and cruel

Being famous actor or actress
But having broken family because your lifestyle is such a mess

Having good looking girl as a girlfriend beside your wife
But you anxious so much about you're secret, that you can't enjoy your life

Being single with no responsibility
But think of loneliness at old age drives you insanity

Being married having husband or wife
But your relationship is so messed up, that you end up to hate your life

Having lot of kid's around
But when you need them they don't come around

So what is happiness after all?
One of the names mentioned above or could be all

Remember there is no standard to measure your happiness
Because you are in charge of your happiness' more or less

Is true that all of us look for happiness
As long as our happiness doesn't results in someone else's sadness

So, please tell me my friend what you think of happiness

Submitted: Thursday, December 24, 2009
Edited: Friday, July 06, 2012

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