Deepa Kochhar

Rookie (12th May / Agra India)

Happiness - Poem by Deepa Kochhar

In this life full of strain and stress
How do we define happiness
Blind man says if only he had an eye he would be happy
With two big ones so many are unhappy
I’ll be happy if I had shoes says the man who begs
Then he looks across and sees a man without legs
Suddenly he feels happy and blessed with his two
and forgets everything about the shoe
so happiness is a state of mind
enjoy life be happy god is kind

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 12, 2008

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