Gaurav Pandey

Going forth.. Poem by Gaurav Pandey

Walk into my shoes and you will never be the same.
put your feet in my path and you will move to a new way,
walk a little bit, I am sure you will never turn your back.
That is my way, where thorns are smoother than flowers,
My way is different because I choose it to dwell in happiness.
Every breath I am breathing is deep here...and every thought touches new heights...
Its not heaven, , , Its just my way...same like yours.
but so different....
I wonder how did I come just a gift or I grew up in that way..
I delve in my subconscious and find a spark, , ,
which I never had before....
A spark which made me a person who can spread smile, , ,
A person who can help others...A person who know that we are here to become happy...
A person who can see his parts in everyone....
A person who steps in the shoes of happiness...
by leaving the thoughts of unhappiness behind...
and wonder the transformation was very easy.

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic of this poem: happiness

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