Laughter, Infectious

By Vansh Malhotra

Let’s make planet Earth a place where we come laughing, stay laughing and leave laughing.
Where we laugh off all our worries, anxieties, depressions and stresses attacking.
We should just laugh heartily and enjoy the present moment,
Which is in fact life’s most important and essential component.

Laughing is considered such a great remedy and a stress-buster,
It’s the most precious treasure ever gifted of a knowledgeable cluster.
People throughout the world have cured so many illnesses through laughing,
By being in a positive and cheery mood always and keeping their hands clapping.

There are stories of people who have cured cancer and heart diseases,
By simply easing their mind and not allowing themselves to be broken into pieces.
As the popular saying by Ella Wheeler Wilcox goes laugh, and the world laughs with you;
Weep, and you weep alone
while other people will just mock and say ewe.

Laughing is a great boon which Almighty has granted to us humans, only
We can express ourselves by laughing even though we are feeling lonely.
The basic key to remain happy and laughing in life is always,
By making others happy around you in everyway.

Vansh Malhotra is an amateur poet, who loves poetry. Writing makes him very emotional (at times, even romantic).


  1. Oh, the Places We See · 20 Days Ago

    What a great piece — love the emphasis on laughter. And, oh, how we need this right now.
    Thanks for following our travel blog, Oh, the Places We See. Let’s hope there is much more joy to come in 2021.

  2. JoAnn · 19 Days Ago

    Laughter really is a gift… so glad we have it to get us through!

  3. Kim of Glover Gardens · 16 Days Ago

    I’m ready to laugh. That’s indeed what we need, among other things. Peace and tranquillity would also be great!

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