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Reason of my happines

I climbed up the snowy clouds.
I felt I was on the field of cotton.
They became my cushion,
To rest my arms for a while.
Oh God,it was a huge pile.
Now all my pain was forgotten.
I jumped from one cloud to another.
They smiled at me, as I was a happy child.
My joy was overflowing,I was going wild.

Then I met some lazy stars to stay till noon.
I got them in my hand and started playing with them.
Smiling at me,then I met the moon ,
asked me why I was so happy.
I gave no reply ,keeping it as a secret.

Then I dived into the seas,
Into the oceans,
With the highest motions.
Blue water gave me a soft embrace.
Missing no time to waste,
I felt it wrap my waist.
Dolphins started dancing and singing.
All the fish got the rhythm of the song.
I was so happy ,nothing was wrong.

I looked up the skies ,saw a flock of birds.
I jumped high to grasp their tales,
To travel far and far.
Being surprised they asked me
Where I got this power from.
I kept being silent,gave no answer.

I saw some happy kids jumping ropes,
I joined them to play and jump.
A dark haired kid stopped to ask me,
Why I was as happy as him.
I kept silent and gave no reply.

Ants forgot to carry their food into their nest.
They just stared at me giving a short rest.
Then I went to the beautiful gardens.
Full of beautiful flowers.
I smelled them all,
Remembering your scent,
I could resist no more.
I had to tell the reason
of my shining eyes at last.
I told them the reason of my joy
The reason of my smile.
It was your sweet voice dear,
Soothing my pain,soothing my fear
I heard it today.It was your voice ,dear.
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Submitted on April 21, 2017

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