Big Happiness - Poem by Hermona Duhlian
The wind kisses me slowly.
And the leaves showed their happiness
Dancing about with their bough.
A flock of geese flew by
Cackling and cutting the wind.
And these simple things
Guided by big principles
Soothes my heart and makes me,
Forget the downs of Life.
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