Anthony Bourdian

Not all that laugh are happy,
Not all that cry are lonely,
Not all poor have nothing,
Nor all rich have everything.

It is not on our faces,
That joy leaves its traces,
True treasures ain’t in coffers,
But in hearts full of laughter.

Tears won’t tell it all,
Smiles won’t say it all,
But the conscience testifies,
On the life that you glorify.

(PS: I dedicate this poem to Anthony Bourdiane, the world celebrity chef, that passes away today. He was 61.)

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