Wednesday, May 19, 2004

A Smile Comments

Rating: 4.2
A smile
is a frown turned upside down.
A smile
is painted on the face of a clown.


Ida Nicoletti 26 May 2020
I like & love your poem. I always like poems that rhyme. However, I am looking for the one that begins with, " A smile costs nothing but it means much."
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RUBY JONH 01 May 2020
nice poem I LOVE ITI
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Jayne Sheehy 24 September 2018
Just a beautiful poem.
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Aidan Vaughan 02 August 2018
A beautiful poem.
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Rajaram Ramachandran 27 February 2007
Dear Kurt Hearth, The longest word in English is 'Smiles' because there is a mile between 'S' and 's'-they say. This poem I like very much for 'Smile' has become the rarest commodity in the present world. To smile one has to relax all his nerves and for anger one should keep all his nervers in tension, but none goes the easier way. There is a joke what I have heard about. A British man smiles immediately when he hears a joke. An Irish man a little later, while a Scot days after, when he recalls the joke at his leisure. Is it so? Please read my poem on 'Smile' in this website, which compares all sorts of smiles in the world. Your 'Smile' is excellent to read.
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