I Caught A Speck Of Happiness

Poem By Jolanta Gradowicz

I caught a speck of happiness,
And clasped it tightly in my hand.
I felt I found infinite richness,
I couldn’t believe it or understand…

And you noticed my astonishment,
And stroked my hand slowly and gently.
I felt everything would be different.
I needed your warmth, apparently…

Comments about I Caught A Speck Of Happiness

Nice write Jolanta, keeping the rhyme on every sentence.
The charm of simplicity shines in the stanzas of this well written poem. Very touching, Jolanta. Warmest regards, Sandra

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