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40 adjectives

You are Naive to anything other than happiness around you.
Bold to challenge anyone who tries to deflate your positive spirit.
Experienced in the field of sharing your gifts.
Confident that no one or nothing will bring you down.
Mature beyond your years with seasoned love.
Arrogant to the thought of the next day, “I will wake up happy.”
Shallow to the thought of sadness.
Humble to the fact that no one can always be happy, but happy you are.
Callus to those who refuse to believe.
Tactful in getting your message across of a better brighter day.
Simple in your ways of achieving light.
Caring enough to help those who want to get where you are.
Selfish towards those who would appose your happiness.
Selfless in your giving to those who would receive you.
Helpful in so many ways which brightens others days.
Capable of achieving what most would only dream of.
Needy to the powers of the spirits which guides your happiness.
Boring to those who strive on sadness.
Fun to be around even during times of gloom.
Happy to be around those who strive on being positive.
Sad about people who let sadness take over their lives.
Despair towards everything in the world that causes sadness.
Hyper with anticipation of sharing your most inner thoughts of true happiness.
Angry at depression which sometimes grips even the most positive and presumed happy people.
Sluggish when your spirit is confronted with the possibility of becoming sad.
Down on yourself if sadness slips through.
Blue for a short reality when faced with a true life time to morn.
Excited to get over any sadness which briefly plagued you.
Pleasant to be around any time of the day.
Funny and witty with a bright smile that light up the room.
Cool calm and collected in times of pressures which challenge your well being.
Smart enough to maneuver your way through challenging and difficult obstacles.
Illiterate to the signs that typically cause sadness.
Deaf to the words that are spoken in constant negativity.
Blind to the world of anything less than sheer elation.
Speechless when complimented on your ability to brighten someone’s day.
Careful in letting sunshine in your heart.
Careless with all the feelings of happiness once they are inside you.
Carefree to accept and open up your heart to love and be loved.
Free to be who you want to be and express yourself as you deem necessary.
Free to share your happiness with whom ever will receive you.
Free you are.

L.A. (08/06/10)
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Submitted on April 10, 2011

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