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I LOST THE HAPPINESS



I wish to live in the world of happiness,
The wish remained as a horizon,
Without wish I try live in happiness,
But I can hold the hot iron,
Instead to enforce my heart.
My struggles are the splendid painting,
Which I can see it lively in my heart.
But! How can I uncover you the spotless paining.

I don't need your huge pelf,
Nor I want to be your retainer either.
I'm in search of happiness,
But why can't I learn by myself!
I can't kill my desire,
Nor I'll be free from self-centeredness.
And I can't credit the incredible things in religion,
Nor the science distills me from the illusion.

To live happily will be a zenith,
May be an ungetatable pinnacle.
Life may be ruin in fruitless.
Of happiness, I might have the zenith,
When I was in the puerility.
In this life, it may be a miracle,
If I able to live with happiness.
My happiness is forfeited by maturity.

Word Bank
pelf = money
retainer = Servant
zenith = highest point, pinnacle 
puerility = childhood

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  2. I can feel the pain in your heart through this written words...šŸŒ¼šŸŒ¼šŸŒ¼

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