Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
Smile - Poem by Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
This is the uniqueness of beauty,
The delightful expression of a person
The joy of the heart approaching form an outline
Of happiness follow by positive energy distance thoughts.
The sun rises, blowing the blues away.
The rarest unchanging smile watching all the way.
Another open door ready to welcome the beauty of light.
The attraction of looks that pleased,
Clean motivation of an individual that feels the distance.
The ornament of soul to a person that gives pleasure
To the senses of the mental scene,
Happiness produce to the one connected by it
And the beauty giving grace that goes on and on.
A smile can turn a hard stone into clay.
© Jocelyn Sumido-Dunbar
24 July 2003
11: 00 PM
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