Laugh and the world Laughs with you

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

I think I am a clown,
The statement is harsh as I find,
Yet the truth abides,
It’s no laughter to seek smile.

You can be a Hitler,
Of this, you may be proud,
Robbing the world of its joy,
Maybe you are a rubbish boy.

Don’t be proud of vanity,
Don’t consider it great,
Seeking happiness is greater,
Being rigid is insane.

Laugh and the world Laughs,
Weep and you weep alone,
This world has enough of sorrow,
Let some happiness be shown.

To bring a smile on your face,
I employ all my powers,
A smile on your face,
Is worth a million Stars.

Note Dear friends through this poem I seek to tell one and all that imparting happiness is the best policy. The last eight-line have been added to an old poem of mine to stand for this challenge. I wish to thank Pauline for choosing such a beautiful thought for the challenge. Your challenge has added a new meaning to my poem. Hope to receive your enlightening comments.

Some things won't ever be known
Facts of life
Wisdom to rule
If all men sins
I hide the truth in chocolate drops
All my poems
Wisdom to rule

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