Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
Happiness - Poem by Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
This is the state of well-being, pleasurable satisfaction
Of one individual. This is the event to take chance to enjoy
The wonderful things on earth. The period of time to be with
Special people in life. We are delightful because of happiness.
God is wonderful; he gave us freedom to be free to take
The opportunity to feel and experience the happiness.
The occurrence things to aptly our existence and to
Undergone this series of life. The condition of being alive;
The body mind and spirit.
Life to persist the greatest meaning, the act to
Process and produce the high standard of living.
The whole journey from one place to another.
The privileged that we are existed on earth.
© Jocelyn Sumido-Dunbar
16 October 2001
5: 50 PM
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