Treasure Island

ajay srivastava

(28/08/1964 / new delhi)

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One can enjoy.
One can tease.
One can feel proud.
One can satisfy.

Earn lot of money.
Spend lot of money.
Get what ever you want.
Enjoy every moment of life.

Through objectionable object.
Sit idle and find fault of other deed.
See their face and anguish.
A different kind of happiness at your heart.

Donate anything to help needy people.
Lend a helping hand.
Simple say few word of praise for good work.
Every act will give and make you feel proud of yourself.

Satisfaction Level are different,
But heart and mind are always together.
Many feel happy by harming other people unknowingly
while few feel happy by giving happiness to other people knowingly.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013

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