nimal dunuhinga (19, April,1951 / kalubovila East, Sri Lanka)
A beautiful widow's upstage
When the juggler smiled,
Her tear dropp not responded and kept quiet.
He was angry and scolded;
'Don't you know how to smile really? '
Then the tear dropp replied;
'After he left the premises
I have never seen such an innocent smile again.'
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