True Happiness - Poem by chandra thiagarajan
When we own property
And accumulate assets bounty
When we are much wealthy
We reflect of being mighty.
When we think we soar in business
And are with great richness
We believe we are in happiness
In which there is very little trueness.
For true happiness lies
Not with all these ties
But when delightful memories arise
And our thoughts golden moments comprise.
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