David Blaine

Rookie (1-1-1984 / Sydney)

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I started writing poems, short ones from my childhood. They were either crumpled and thrown away by myself or I just tore them away. After some time, my passion was extinguished and I experienced a sterile period, a kind of dormancy within myself. But yesterday ie 21st June 2006, something sparked inside me and I knew I could write poems again. And I thank God for that!

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Teach Me How To Smile

My son, teach me how to smile.
So many years polluting my soul
I've forgotten how to smile.
I keep a catalogue now
office smile, party smile, home smile
barring my teeth like monkeys do;
trying to out smile
with fellow 'future generation'.

My son, teach me how to smile.
My chins ache,
from constantly holding the plastered portraits.
The innocence is gone
twinkles, laughter, smirks too
there is no distinguishing;
each is worse than the other,
Da Vinci would have been proud.

My son, please teach me how to smile.
I see toddlers ...

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