The Path To Happiness

  1. The Sadness is a friend to the emotion, and the Sadness said, “I had the whole depression within myself, and I let it not slip away. Well, the world allows me to miseries all that dwells inside me that eats it up all in the universe.”
  2. The Happiness is a rival to the Sadness, said the Sadness alone, “The happier of the world that dwells inside Happiness’ world, but her influence shall not inspire me.”
  3. What are the Sadness’ goals? She is in her own class that dare to defy the Happiness. But the Sadness said in her thoughts, “Please forgive the world its history we all know it is talking about by itself, but I tell you what, I, myself, the Sadness, shall not fail thine emotion.”
  4. “I will give them titles of the great depression,” said the Sadness, “those who dwell me into their emotion, and cry unto me, saying, it is depression at dislikes me being happier, for it is hard to find what is in their heart that lost to themselves.”
  5. The Happiness is a gift to the joyful. But the Sadness said, “In exchange, if the Happiness needs me to change for her sake, thus, shall I ever be felt to dispute, reminder, forever until the One who gives and takes as see fits, but I, myself, the Sadness, shall dance for my uplifting, the uplifting sadness rejoices of my own world, thus, let the riddle be listed a thousand time, even more than million times.”

©️ Ismael Mansoor

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I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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