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Wavering Happiness

Author: Ramneet
ASL Info:    33/F/Boston
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Wavering Happiness

Happiness, the most coveted entity.
Happiness, a delightful feeling.
Secretion of some chemicals in the body.
A plethora of ways to achieve it.
Riches, intellect, altruistic deeds and accomplishments.

Every happiness is ephemeral.
It is short lived.
It changes.
It is temporary but not permanent.
Ecstasy, a state of euphoria, is also short lived.
We live in the constant fear of losing happiness.

Looking for a state of permanent bliss.
An eternal peace.
An eternal happiness.
Looking for utopia.

The quest to permanent bliss,
is it our state of mind or
we have to enter into some other world.
Is it some knowledge or enlightenment.
This enigma needs to be resolved.

Submitted on 2012-04-20 12:36:41     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  This is excellent. The quest for happiness for mankind is eternal, but, as your excellent poem indicates, euphoria is fleeting and short lived..

I think the good Lord designed it that way; otherwise, we would become satisfied and lazy creatures once we had obtained it..

nice work!
| Posted on 2012-04-21 00:00:00 | by Ron Cole | [ Reply to This ]

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