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I Finally Smiled - Poem by Witch Baby

I finally slept and didn't dream of you
I finally laughed after such a long time
I finally looked forward to tomorrow
I finally smiled

Even though I loved you
And even though I thought we'd last forever
I guess it just wasn't the right time
I guess the moments were all wrong

I wasn't sure if I'd ever mend
I wasn't sure that I'd ever stop crying
I wasn't sure what I did or didn't do right
I wasn't sure if I'd ever stop loving you


I finally rose to face the day
I finally went out to try again
I finally believe that somethings are meant to happen
I finally smiled

Comments about I Finally Smiled by Witch Baby

  • (5/5/2008 5:03:00 PM)

    Like Kali says, 'Awesome poem.' Not only do I like this, because it says a lot, but also because of the emotion and strength it took to write this. You go girl, and never look back on failed anything. It is gone, and your eyes are in the front of your head, not the back; so always look forward, and smile for today. Smile because the sun is out; smile because the birds are singing; smile because of the fragrance of the flowers; smile even if it rains, because Mother Nature is washing and rinsing away the old, so the new can grow.

    I Finally Smiled is a poem that should be published in every women's magazines there are, so that other women can see that there is a brighter, sunnier future after a breakup. I applaud you, Dyna, because you have the courage and spirit to leave the past behind you, and look for the future. Keep on smiling, Dyna, because it is our sun, when the day seems dark. When we smile, nothing can hurt us, because we are strong enough not to let it. Thank you for sharing this.

    Love & hugs,
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  • Kali Abyss (5/5/2008 4:45:00 PM)

    Awesome poem =) I like it very much (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 5, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 26, 2009

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