Treasure Island

Kasidi Wiste

(1996)

What is Happiness?


Is happiness something you’re supposed to feel every day?
I was happy once.
Thought I would be forever.
But lately I haven’t.
I wish I could go back to how I was before,
Before I met you I was happy.
Now I have nothing to be happy about.
You took my heart and played with it.
Everything that was said
Was all just a joke to you.
Have you ever been happy?
Happy like I was when we were one?
I don’t think you will ever be happy.
Not as happy as I was before we met.
What is happiness? ?
Is happiness something you’re supposed to feel every day?
Because if it is I have none of it in me anymore.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 16, 2013

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