Since the dawn of mankind
Every man seeks happiness but failed to possess it
What is happiness if not the constant struggle
A means to no end turning nihilism into annihilation
Jesus finds his happiness in preaching or in suffering?
Or one just imagine Sisyphus happy as An Algerian French writer penned a decade ago
Who was Sisyphus in real sense according to Camus?
Every labor to every working man is condemn to toil and sweats
They grab their beer at the end of the day and think that’s what all life is about
They start their day with the name of God and think that’s happiness
We all end up in graveyards, a being into nothingness
Happiness doesn’t exist is a fact
To create happiness is logos as per ancient Greeks
Let’s me be a nomadic O poor soul