Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


smile


Smile when we see another human being
Which is the show of love and affection
When one smiles to us we feel it happy
Without smile the world will feel it boredom

Smile have different characteristics I think
Simple smile as a token respect on our familiarity
The smile for some time and then conversation
An act of renewing our friendship after a while

Smile to the children is little different
Where we have to see the little one's tenderness
And therefore we keep it so light heart those time
Which is the best of smile I felt in life

Smile so much for easing the tensions and stresses
Which is good for our longevity of life with ease.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Topic(s): love


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smile a good habit for showing love.

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