Shakespeare, I wonder, you're often quoted to have said is the truth: "I always feel happy Because I don't expect anything from anyone Expectations always hurt" I doubt and doubt It's hopes on which we live Tomorrow would be better We always think Without expectations There is no hope In dejection you live Great man like you Couldn't have lived in dejection I believe Minimum expectations We all have From God and the world You would have certainly Expected sky to rain Fields to grow vegetables and grains People to live in harmony and peace Your body to be fit and fine Mind alert and sound Peaceful death You must have expected We are social animals Dependent on each other We can't do everything for us Expect others to do many things For our survival and welfare Expectations always do not hurt Some expectations in life do get fulfilled Sometimes bringing enormous joy No expectations attitude can't keep us always happy For happiness essential expectations must be fulfilled We must act to enforce such expectations I believe, in expectations We must live What we expect from others We must always make explicit Without this, it's my experience People dutifully and responsibly fail to act Our expectations shouldn't be in arrogation People must not act in derogation of duties, responsibilities Shakespeare, I am a small fry Your greatness worldwide recognised It's just akin showing candle to the Sun People may have you misunderstood For any presumptuousness, please forgive I do believe Expectations are inherent in us In hope we live
Shakespeare and for that matter many great men are often misquoted misleading generations.
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