Feel A Smile Begin - Poem by Ernestine Northover
As laughter bubbled in my throat,
a smile began to form.
My chuckle was an anecdote,
and eased the inner storm.
My mind became a music hall,
filled with a happy sound.
Which calmed the dark impending squall,
and turned my thoughts around.
If love can make the world go round,
blitheness can do likewise.
When a good remedy is found,
let it revitalize.
Just laugh and see how good you feel,
humour is really great.
Your soul will open up and heal,
and all your fears abate.
Brightening up a wounded heart,
letting joy filter in,
is something of a brand new start.
Hey, feel a smile begin.
© Ernestine Northover
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