Treasure Island

Sonali Dalal


I Wonder


Do I need the reason, I wonder, to make me happy
Why I need the reason, when
sublime nature
smile of a child
singing a song
are reasons enough to make me happy
Perfectly cooked food
which brings me back in mood
being with parents for whom I care
playing with children whom I adore
hearing the bird chirp, releasing loud burp
are reasons enough to make me happy
listening to old songs
clicking perfect shots
dreaming of places to visit
beauty of flowers to please
are reasons enough to make me happy
reading a lovely book
sitting quietly in a nook
friendly chatting sitting on a ground
holding child with arms around
are reasons enough to make me happy

Why did I wonder, if I need reasons to be happy.! !

I Don't.

Submitted: Thursday, September 01, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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