Rebecca Adams

This is why

Living with my sorrow,
living with my happiness,
living with my tears,
living with my laughter.

Laughing over sorrow,
laughing for my happiness,
laughing over tears,
Laughing for my love.

Loving in my sorrow,
Loving because of happiness,
loving in my tears,
loving because of life and laughter.

So many reasons,
To live,
so many reasons,
to laugh,
and even more,
to love.

I am alive with laughter and tears,
I am alive with sorrow and happiness,
this is why I live,
this is why I laugh,
this is why I love,
this is why.

Submitted: Saturday, November 10, 2012
Edited: Monday, November 12, 2012

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