Muhd Baqir

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Happiness


Happiness;

Happiness was meant for everyone
It is easy, it is simply done
We can live happily
Without much problems to worry

There are people who wants to destroy
Must be prepared before they deploy
Who are you to take someone's happiness
I just find this very meaningless

There are people who wants to create or give
More of these type of people who we should believe
But its surprising that we are attracted to the evil people
And those who are attracted to the good ones, are little

Too much evil, too less happiness
It was supposed to be the opposite
But we are covered with blindness
Its time to pay evil a visit

Please realize; that happiness is better
I believe, we can do it together
Make the world a better place
With a wide smile on everyone's face

Submitted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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