Courtney Wills

Rookie (August 23 / El Paso, Texas)

Smile


Smile for me, please
this time smile for real
underneath the sheets
of pain lay, revealed

Smile for me, love
with joy bought anew
shining brightly across your face
that makes me fall for you

Smile, just once more
with ecstacy unrestrained
because after all is done
that smile will always remain

Submitted: Saturday, June 19, 2010

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  • Rookie Cain XXX (6/20/2010 11:08:00 AM)

    this poem makes me think of a huge pot of sunshine-yellow, liquid happiness that is boiling and bubbling away and is threatening to spill over and overflow. it's the kind of poem that puts a smile to my face. thanks for sharing! :) (Report) Reply

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