Just A Smile - Poem by Rajesh Thankappan
When you beam a smile, I at once
Reap a rich bouquet of flower weighing in tons
I fathom not the precise reason behind this colorful chemistry
So let it remain in the realm of an unsolved mystery.
But I confess, I at once begin to flow at ease
In gay abandon like gamboling breeze
Even singing into unknown ears, a jocund song
Tell me friends what is it within me that has gone wrong?
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