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A Happy Poem by Bernard Muhia

August 8, 2010, 12:56 am
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A happy poem

 


 

I’m sick and tired of writing dull poems,
That will turn your smile upside down poems
That are emotionally draining and exhausting poems
Rather I want to write me a happy poem
Make your stomach smile at lunch poems
Make you fall in love with somebody poems
I want to write a poem so good and happy
That you will want to make babies to poems
Make you call up your moms poems
Even smile at strangers in the street poems
I want to write me a feel-good poem
Make you wanna be friends with your boss poems
Nothing political, nothing religious, but celebratory poems
Make you wanna buy your friends a round, poems
I want to write a poem that’ll make you feel alive
I want to write a happy poem for once
Like I woke up on the right side of the bed poems
Like there was no jam at rush hour poems
Like my coffee had two sugars and extra cream in it poems
Like a scarf around your neck on a chilly day poems
I just want to write me a feel-good poem

 

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Bernard Muhia
I am a journalist by training and a youth activist and poet by passion. I share my vision with Jack Canfield (Author of Success Principles) of a world where all young people are intentionally inspired to believe in themselves and their abilities and are empowered to reach their full potential and realize all their dreams. I am the author of two books, The Mobile Office;a prophetic poet's story and Be Still. Both are poetry books.
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