Joy Gladdens the Heart

Joy gladdens the heart
Pure as a melody
splashes colours of happiness
dancing, unfurling petals of glee
softens like a wonderful marshmallow
Shining bright and beautifully
let us take a dip of delight
in the first fragrance of the flowers
in every meeting of the eyes
in every little darlings lips
in every leafing merry tree
in every taste of tangerine and avacado
the soul obtains its nourishment
from its own joy that gladdens the heart
and a beautiful bliss outshines
from the depth of our beautiful heart

47 thoughts on “Joy Gladdens the Heart

  1. Great poem Kamal dear friend.. We need to awaken our inner child and to enjoy our life by living simply and do not worry about the future. To live day by day and to enjoy the now.. Keep writing dear friend. 🌷😍

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  2. Your choice of words is so endearingly beautiful, drawing me in this experience of joy as I read through. The concluding lines too ring true – joy is truly created within as we choose to bring our focus in this amazing way that your words bring.

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  3. Delightful poem. Contrasts , colourful, light and joyful. Beautifully written. A delightful read.

    The poem is fab. But this line caught my imagination

    “ every taste of tangerine and avacado
    the soul obtains its nourishment…”

    Does your grandson, like tangerine and avocado? Interesting combination. πŸ₯‘πŸŠ


    1. Yes he sure does and is a lover of fruits so when he was eating an avacado I remembered these verses and jot it down on a piece of paper and to see our soul nourished with these tastes. Thankful for your kind and sweet words dear Bella. Love and lots of hugs πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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