Treasure Island

Seinu Abdulgafar


Your Beautiful Smile


Mum should have warned me
Not all smiles are innocent
Little I know about smiles
Your smile was pure
And it never differ from your deeds
How would I know?
Every smile from people has a hidden meaning

How would I know?
You should have warned
You never warned me
Not all beautiful smiles are innocent
I gave all the best of my smile
My heart smiled and it reflected in my eyes
Because I smiled love toward people

My beloveds’ words were soft-spoken
Their smiles were beautiful
You should have warned me
My beloveds stabbed me in the back with a beautiful smile
And I saw My Brutus standing in front giggling
How would I know?
Not all smiles come from the heart

Submitted: Thursday, April 03, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

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