Joseph Blitch Poems
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Ode' To Smiles
The word smiles being so long; that's just keen;
Look between the two S's; there is a mile seen;
Grinning from ear to ear; a mile; at least a smile;
You can go from one to many in just a little while;
Always have a make believe gift smile in a pocket;
Give one; watch their smile take off like a rocket;
I'm one to tell a clean joke at the drop of ones hat;
If one doesn't drop; I'll drop mine; How about that;
Anything to put a cheerful smile on a gloomy face;
That old lifeless frown; with a smile please replace;
Watch how quick one's countenance ...
Old Fire, New Flame
The fires flames had now burnt low,
The embers began to lose their glow,
Slightly warm ever-growing cold.
Soot through out the chimney old,
Smoke upward could hardly flow.
As after fuel no one choose to go.
Even with the sun shinning so bright,
Frost atop the roof remained white.
Laid to rest good use of minds eye.