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A happiness poem - poetry


If a happiness poem could bring forth a smile,
Then my face would all the time dress in style.

If my ears could hear my cpu screen,
From one to another, they, too, would grin.

My grand piano types for my eyes not my tongue
This happiness poem will never be sung.

But what of my eyes? Don't they shine?
Yes, but not from this poem of mine.

The pen is mightier than the sword,
But a pen can write only words.

The feelings I sense and the senses I feel
For piano and check continue far too real.

My ears and my nose linger at rest.
My cheeks and hairline are doing their best.

But if this happiness poem could make my mouth smile,
My face would ceaselessly dress up in style.

About The Author

David Leonhardt first available this happiness poem in A Daily Dose of Happiness at http://TheHappyGuy. com/daily-happiness-free-ezine. html. Read his friendship poem at http://TheHappyGuy. com/friendship-poem. html

info@thehappyguy. com

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