Cosmic Dreamer

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A smile...


A smile has beauty, a smile has charm,
You can give it freely, it will do no harm.
A smile is a frown you turn upside down,
I makes the heart happy, it spreads love around.

A smile is warm and bright like radiant sun light,
Wear it all day long until you lay down at night.
A smile is your gift to others it cannot be sold,
It can bring untold pleasure in the heart to behold.

A smile is worth nothing until you've given it away,
When you receive it your own smile lights up the day.
A smile has value worth more than heaven above,
It can fill the heart with feelings of peace and of love.

A smile is for all of us, it's actions are always true,
It creates a happy feeling, for me and for you.
A smile is the gift we can give our fellow man,
Spread the peace and love, enhance the happy plan...


Spread the love... The peace will follow...

Submitted: Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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  • Rookie - 15 Points Ekaterina M. Polischuk (3/10/2012 4:34:00 PM)

    our smiles have a great power... great influence on our lives and everybody by us... sometimes they can safe our lives.... good warm poem. i like it very much (Report) Reply

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