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Look at me closer and closer again,
Open your eyes and mouth again,
Hope I see that thing to bargain,
Come just closer a little bit closer.

My fingers are itching if you dare look up,
I may come closer and you'll lock me up,
I will touch your neck with my tongue alone,
Please don't look up you may shake your face.

Please don't stop, you are not there yet,
You have not quenched my thirsty yet,
You have just triggered my appetite,
Of seeing your cherry brandy,

Just come closer I wanna whisper to you,
Bring your right year I wanna whisper too,
I know it, what make you smile,
A breath from my nose can tell.

When you smile, your eyes twinkles,
When they twinkles, the evils goes down,
They fall and break into small particles, they vanish.
Please smile, so that I can see the fall of giant evils.
Please do smile,
When you smile, it's a gift,
A gift to me and to THEE,
A Gift behold the unconditional love,
The love that proper everywhere.
Now do smile Gift.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Topic of this poem: SMILE

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