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ahmed abomahfouz

(20-nov-1986 / cairo egypt)

Happiness


You who wait events to bring you the happiness
wait as much as you wish
but happiness is in everything persistent
happiness in the spirit
happiness in the earth
you can smell it with every in-breath
not only with your power
but also in weakness of a white flower
it is with the sun, stars, and breeze
and as long as the hope in the God does not cease

Submitted: Sunday, July 10, 2011
Edited: Saturday, July 16, 2011

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  • Elena Sandu (7/18/2011 10:09:00 PM)

    'You who wait events to bring you the happiness
    wait as much as you wish ' hahaha right.
    Yes true, happiness could be found everywhere we only need to open eyes and watch it with a smile..
    Nice poem thank you for share,10 (Report) Reply

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