Bliss

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Sanvi Sharma (14)
St Anthony’s Junior College, Agra

Sometimes, just a talk with loved ones gives you immense pleasure. Sitting by yourself in an empty and silent place becomes your best company. A pen and a diary lessen that burden inside you. A little taste of perfect music soothes your mind and makes you as light as a serene cloud. A little shedding of tears makes that long-held sorrow and grief inside you fall out of you. A broad smile becomes your greatest treasure; a long slumber your most expensive luxury, and just a few minutes of prayer your favourite time spent.

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Pleasure does not exist in worldly ties; it’s more than that.

Like kissing the dew drops on a mild winter day or talking to those leaves and trees on a bright summer day.

Like floating peacefully in the sky with those cool light clouds or dancing with the rain on a rainy day or perhaps falling in love with a book.

Like rushing like a wind irrespective of responsibilities or rising like a balloon full of dreams in the vast oceans of the profound blue sky.

Bliss is really this…

This article has been published in the December 2016 issue of The Teenager Today.