I received a pretty amazing birthday present last year. My husband who is the absolute best and most supportive partner ever, chose to get me a gift to support my love for all things Keanu. He happened upon his poem by Keanu after watching him on Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifinakos. The poem goes a little something like this: ODE TO HAPPINESS by Keanu Reeves I draw a hot sorrow bath in my despair room with a misery candle burning i wash my hair with regret shampoo after cleaning myself with pain soap i dry myself with my gorgeous white one hundred percent and it will never change towel then smooth on my i don't deserve lotion and i hate myself face cream then I put on my alone again silk pyjamas and go to sleep when the hue has gone blue and you can't quite grin and bear it let this word picture remind you it can always be worse My husband found the poetry book written by Keanu and illustrated by artist Alexandra Grant, now officially k
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