Louise McVicar (22-05-1987 / Perth, Australia)
My Life is Complete
I'm sure that there should be some kind of rule against
the kind happiness I feel today.
The kind of lazy happiness that makes you feel as
if you were basking in a pool of cherry blossoms.
To have that security of knowing that you are loved and cared for.
To have the kind of soul searching knowledge that lets you know that there is a God and you will never be alone.
To feel the suns warmth and know that everything is well in your world.
Happiness against the circumstances - happiness in the circumstances.
Cherry blossoms blooming bright in cheerful rays of light.
My life is complete.
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