On a summer day I saw a pretty dame bathing in the warm waves of the beach's tub. She tanned her skin to adorn her slim frame, massaging its softness with each gentle rub. From that distance, she exuded sweet fragrance stemming from the refining of her radiance. Sensual movements from lips, hips, curves, legs and hands made me fantasize as I relished each moment. My love-struck eyes gazed at the rhythmic movement of this ******* clad model for all lands. After a sunbath, she tied her pristine towel, then with a fixed look, she gazed straight at me. 'Hello, the adventurous gentleman,' said she. 'You sure look gay, hale, hearty and swell.' Shyly my fears of rejection loomed large, whilst my love dreams turned out to be a mirage.
What's happiness? Happiness is elemental Neither sentimental Nor detrimental Beyond definition Undefinable term of utmost importance A feeling of a state of mind You find other feelings, experiences closer to it Subtle differences For subtler minds Joy, pleasure, ecstacy, ******, bliss, ananda Close relatives to happiness No nested sequence Of concepts Indicating comparative closeness True mental state of happiness Excludes all negativities Feelings of thrill, excitement, enthusiasm, sensations etc. May accompany it Happiness may be alloyed with negative feelings, thoughts towards someone Short-lived Satanic happiness it would be Happiness is there to experience What's the use to define it Never give importance To whys and whats Concentrate on how To achieve it Healthy body pre-requisite To attain happiness To proceed and follow methods Religious or spiritual discourses often tell Strive to achieve and experience happiness The way it suits you Happiness is there to experience Elusive though it is!
Prompted by a one-liner question poem. Hope readers may find it useful.
Truth is found when one can Reconcile the irreconcilable That’s why it’s so elusive And Illusive Because you can’t,not completely, At least not humanity, Paradoxes obscure, but also vindicate, The all And everything. And creation is a scientist And we are its Petri dish, And creation is a mystic, And we are its parish.